Since its first organization in 2012, the event has notched up notable success, becoming a bridge creating trade links between local and international businesses and bringing advanced technology and machinery for the Vietnamese market and throughout the region.
A highlight of the event is the presence of nine international pavilions from the UK, Germany, Russia, Singapore, China, and Australia.
This year’s expo has captured the attention of the world’s leading providers such as Fong Chuan Machinery, Germanbelt, Hamakyu, Nippon Eirich, Sealtech Vietnam, and Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) – the leading company in Vietnam’s mining industry.
The event will feature showcases of technological solutions, advanced machinery, and mining equipment on an area of 4,000 square metres, promising to provide visitors with practical and useful experiences.
A series of seminars will be held during the event to present solutions for improving mining productivity and safety standards in mining activities with the participation of prestigious speakers, experts, investors, and representatives from local and foreign businesses operating in the field.
At a press conference introducing the exhibition, BT Tee, CEO of UBM SES Exhibition Service Company said that despite the difficulties in the global mining industry, the presence of a large number of businesses has proved the strong prospects for the mining industry in Vietnam. The rosy outlook is attributed to the government’s export incentive policies and the increasing demands for mining consumption.
“Mining Vietnam will serve as an important bridge efficiently serving the development of the mining industry in Vietnam and the Indochina region,” he said.