POSTPONED TO 15-17 MARCH 2021
COVID-19: Owing to concerns over travel to China this year and rescheduling of IREFCON 2020 to Sept. congesting this period with refractory related events, we have moved our China Refractory Minerals Forum to 15-17 March 2021.
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The latest trends and developments in China’s refractory minerals supply, processing, logistics, and market demand
FIELD TRIP: Haimag mine & plant, Haicheng, Liaoning, Thursday, 18 March 2021
Lead Sponsor & Field Trip Host
China: What’s happening?
Find out by attending IMFORMED’s China Refractory Minerals Forum 2021, InterContinental, Dalian, 15-17 March 2021.
The world’s largest source of refractory raw materials is undergoing continual change prompted by a range of factors impacting resource utilisation, ownership, production, availability, and pricing.
This Forum provides an invaluable networking and knowledge acquisition opportunity on the latest issues, trends, developments and outlook for China’s refractory minerals and their market demand domestically and worldwide.
Whether supplying, processing, trading, shipping or buying and using Chinese refractory minerals, this Forum will be a vital hub for your business.
Bringing together an expert panel to discuss the latest trends and developments in Chinese refractory mineral supply, processing, logistics, and markets.
An exclusive opportunity to not only network with the leading players in the market, but also to visit China’s primary refractory magnesia producing centre – an optional Field Trip on Thursday 18 March to operations in Haicheng, Liaoning (details coming soon).
Dead Burned Magnesia
Calcium Aluminate Cements
- COVID-19 impact
- World centre of mineral supply
- China’s export markets
- Refractory market dependence
- Back to work, but logistics an issue
- Future supply mind set triggered?
Delegate Feedback on our 2018 Forum:
“Good reports and presentations, excellent analysis and discussion”
Binay Krishna, Head of Refractories, ArcelorMittal Europe, Luxembourg
“Excellent content, excellent organisation, great venue”
Will Walker, Sourcing Manager, Lincoln Electric Co., USA
“Very good, covered a good overview of what’s happening in China. Easy to register online”
Matthew Bailey , Procurement Manager, Shinagawa Refractories Australasia, Australia