25-29 April 2016
Following the success of the CEA delivered sell-out UK Pavilion at Exponor this year, the CEA has been appointed by the British Embassy in Santiago to run a UK Pavilion next year at Expomin, the largest mining exhibition in Latin America, held in Santiago, 25-29 April 2016. The UK Pavilion has a great location in Hall 1B (the International Hall) close to an exit to the outside exhibit area, guaranteeing excellent footfall to your stand.
Chile is an easy country in which to do business, and the highly experienced UKTI and British Embassy Santiago teams for the Chilean Mining High Value Opportunity (HVO) will be on hand before and during the exhibition to assist you with contacts and introductions to key players. The British Embassy will host a UK networking reception during the exhibition – giving you the opportunity to meet leading companies in the Latin American mining industry in a relaxed setting.
Exhibiting on the UK Pavilion makes your life simple – the CEA provides a one stop shop for all your exhibiting needs. You don’t even need to speak Spanish to organise your stand! The UK branded turnkey shell scheme stands give you stand space, construction, electricity, lighting, carpet and a set of furniture. The CEA will take care of all the organisational headaches – leaving you free to concentrate on setting your priorities and achieving your goals at the show.
Why Expomin? Expomin www.expomin.cl is the largest mining exhibition in Latin America and one of the biggest worldwide. Expomin 2014, saw over 1,600 exhibiting companies from 36 countries, 80,000 trade visitors and a business conference with more than 1,200 business meetings, all of which translated into business projections of around US $ 1,800 million. In addition to the UK Pavilion, Expomin features national pavilions from Canada, Argentina, Spain, Mexico, United States, Colombia, Germany, Panama, Brazil, Peru, Australia, Netherlands, South Africa, Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland, France, Finland and China, in addition to many domestic and individual exhibitors.
A conference titled “Sustainability and Productivity – the Key to Modern Mining” will be held concurrently with the exhibition. The conference tackles prominent Latin American mining issues issues including: supply chain, sustainability, sea water, smelting and refining, exploration, public policies, technological development, productivity, energy, metal recovery and employment.
Why Chile? Chile is currently one of the major mining powers in the world, having huge reserves of copper (31.8% of global production), lithium, iodine, gold, silver, molybdenum, and natural nitrates among other metallic and non-metallic minerals throughout its territory. Major mining houses operating in Chile include: BHP Billiton, Barrick, GlencoreXstrata, AngloAmerican, Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold, Antofagasta Minerals, SQM and the national state company, Codelco.
Book now. Full details of stand space and costs and an application pack can be downloaded below.
TRADE ACCESS PROGRAMME (TAP) GRANTS AVAILABLE
TAP grants of £2,000 are available for eligible companies, please refer to terms and conditions document to see if you are eligible to apply. Please complete and return TAP application forms to Gill Stirk.