Mining Industry Series

    1. About the Mining Industry Series

    FACCI has recently launched a new initiative to foster synergies amongst Industry experts: the Industry Series.

    Among them, the Australian Mining sector has set up a series of events with mining at its core.

    ¨       Our Events

    Our series of events are organized throughout the year through Exhibitions, Conferences and Business Seminars. Additionally, they aim at bringing together the business community around specific topics ranging from panel discussions to site visits or formal keynote addresses. 

    ¨       Our Strengths

    -          Extensive representation all around Australia with our 5 FACCI Chapters located in each capital cities and leading networks of influencers at State and Federal level,

    -          Strong knowledge and network in international mining (French Speaking Africa, Canada, South America)

    ¨       Why attend or participate to our FACCI Industry series events

    -          Opportunity to listen to top-notch speakers with in depth knowledge of their specific industry

    -          Network with peers, prospect customers, potential partners, academics, politicians with similar business interests

    -          Keep up with latest trends, gather business intelligence

    -          Acquire high visibility via our exhibitions, Business Seminars and Conferences

     

    Be involved in our Series Events as an exhibitor, sponsor or a keynote speaker and give the opportunity to your company to become nationally and internationally connected.


    2. FACCI Mining Industry Focus group presentation

    FACCI Mining Indutry focus group

    FACCI launched the Mining industry focus group with the aim of creating and strengthening relations with the Australian mining industry in order to bring our members into contact with new business opportunities and expand their networks in this industry.

    The Mining Mining industry focus group will showcase innovation and industry advancement from our members through organised Business Briefings and other events.

    Objectives of the Mining Indutry focus group

    · Focussing on constantly developing our FACCI Services

    · Placing our Industry Focus Committee “high-level go-to experts “

    · Providing a calendar of successful events organised nationally

    · Creating series of events in accordance with each State‘s Market

    · Great network capitalizing on its existing database

    The Mining industry focus group is rapidly gaining momentum. Mining companies are increasingly focused on innovation with the ultimate goal of creating fully automated operations from the beginning to the end. They are progressing rapidly and implementing innovation at an increasing rate. These are exciting times indeed!


    3. Australian Mining sector key figures

    The Australian Mining Industry in key figures:

    Australia has a mature mining and resources industry built on nearly 200 years of experience. The strength of Australia’s resource sector has fuelled much of its economic development and helped underpin social development. Australia is endowed with an abundant supply of mineral resources, including the world’s largest Economically Demonstrated Resources (EDR) of lead, iron ore, rutile, zircon, nickel, uranium and zinc.

    Australia is a world leader in the production of key mineral commodities including:

    • the world’s leading producer of bauxite, rutile, zircon and lithium
    • the 2nd largest producer of gold, iron ore, lead, alumina and ilmenite
    •  the 3rd largest producer of manganese, uranium and zinc
    • the 4th largest producer of black coal, diamonds, nickel and silver
    • the 5th largest producer of brown coal and copper.

    This abundance of mineral resources, underpinned by significant investment in research and development  (A$2.8 billion in 2013/14),3 has generated a skilled industry of professionals, advanced extraction processes and cutting-edge technology.

    The METS (Mining Equipment Technology and Service) sector contributes more than A$90 billion to the Australian economy annually, with current exports exceeding A$27 billion.

    Australia has historically been a world leader in mining innovations. This trend is reflected in the international patent records, which show that in recent years there has been some recovery in the number of patent filings arising from Australian research. These innovations occur across a wide cross-section of mining technologies and derive from both public and private sector research. As a strong correlation, Australia has 6 universities ranked among the top 20 mining schools, which is largest number for a country. 

     

     


    4. Call for Interest

    • Sponsorship opportunities:

    The VIC chapter will present Sponsorship opportunities to partner on the mining Industry events, please click here!


    Upcoming Industry Series events

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    Calendar

    Our Patron Members

      • AFP
      • Accor
      • Air Liquide
      • AirFrance
      • Airbus
      • Alstom
      • Anl
      • Atlas
      • BNP Paribas
      • Bollore Logistics
      • Bouygues Construction
      • Bureau Veritas
      • Capgemini Australia
      • Corporate Traveller
      • Credit agricole
      • Deloitte
      • EV LNG
      • Engie
      • Ernst and Young
      • Etihad
      • Eurofins
      • Europcar
      • GEODIS
      • GHD
      • HSBC
      • Havas
      • Investment Attraction South Australia
      • KPMG
      • Keolis Downer
      • Liberty Executive Offices
      • Loreal
      • Maddocks
      • Mazars
      • Michelin
      • Naval Group
      • PIch and Partners
      • Pernaud Ricard
      • Pierre Fabre
      • Powerfulpoints
      • PwC
      • Ramsay
      • Randstad
      • Renault
      • SEB
      • SOS International
      • Safran
      • Schneider
      • Sonepar
      • St Gobain
      • Suez
      • Tarkett
      • Technip
      • Thales
      • Total
      • Transdev
      • Veolia
      • World Wide Printing Solutions

    Contact us

     

    Sydney (NSW Chapter)
    Level 26, 31 Market Street, Sydney NSW 2000
    T (+61 2) 9099 1320 | 
    nsw@facci.com.au

    Melbourne (VIC Chapter)
    Level 5, 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
    T (+61 3) 9027 5646
     vic@facci.com.au

    Brisbane (QLD Chapter)
    Central Plaza Two, level 18, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
    T (+61 7) 3076 1512 l qld@facci.com.au

    Perth (WA Chapter)
    Level 14, 197 St George Terrace, Perth WA 6000
    T (+61 8) 6141 3384 | wa@facci.com.au


    Adelaide (SA Chapter)
    c/o Agence Consulaire de France d’Adelaide
    429 Gilles Street, 
    Adelaide SA 5000 
    T (+61 2) 9099 1320 sa@facci.com.au 
    (Monday and Wednesday from 9 am to 3 pm)

    Trade Services
    T (+61 3) 9027 5644
     trade@facci.com.au

     

     

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