IMnI 2017 Annual Conference

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Miami

2017, June 5-7

IMnI's major event was in the US this year.

The 43rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE took place from Monday, June 5 to Wednesday, June 7 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Miami, FL. 

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Companies

Afrominerals Trading AG, ALACERO, AMCI-DCM Resources GmbH, Argus Media Ltd., Asia Minerals North America LLC, Autlán, Beijing Mechanicl International Investment, Carus Group, Cassidy Levy Kent (USA) LLP, CCMA, CITIC Dameng Industries Limited, Compagnie Miniere du Littoral, CRU International Inc., Dameng Resources Limited, DJJ/Nucor, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC, Eramet Comilog Manganese, Euroalliages, Ferroglobe, Full Comex Trading SA, Galmet SpA, Georgian Alloys Group, Georgian American Alloys, Gerdau Long Steel North America, German Mineral Resources Agency at the BGR, Glencore International AG, Hascor USA, Hira Electrosmeters, Italiana Prodotti Mineral Srl, Japan Ferroalloy Association, JFE Shoji Trade Corporation, JS Company "Privat Intertrading", Kalahari Trading AG, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, Kimpe, Kudumane Manganese Resources (Pty) Ltd, L&M Rohstoffhandelsgesellschaft bmH, Manganese Metal Company, Maringa Ferro Ligas, Marubeni Tetsugen Co., Ltd., Maxtech Ventures Inc. McClatchy Washington Bureau, McKinsey & Company, Inc., Meridian Mineraçao Jaburi S.A., Minerais US, Mizushima Ferroalloy Co. Ltd., MMC Resources, Nippon Denko Co., Ltd., Ntsimbintle Mining (Pty) Ltd., Noble Resources International Pte Ltd, OFZ, a.s., OM Materials (S) Singapore, Omni Industries BV, Ore & Metal Company Ltd., Prince International Corp., Quimica International, Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, Ronly Limited, S.H. Bell Company, S.K. Sarawagi & Co. Ltd., South32, Sumitomo Corporation, The David J. Joseph Co., The Economist Intelligence Unit, Tianjin Ruihao International Trading Co. Ltd., Transalloys (Pty) Limited, Traxys Europe S.A., Tshipi e Ntle Manganese Mining (Pty) Ltd, Turfes Alyaj Dis TIcaret, United Manganese of Kalahari, U.S. Geological Survey, World Metals and Alloys (FZC), World Steel Dynamics

Info

Registration Fee for IMnI Members: US$1,600

The registration fee includes entrance to the Welcome Cocktail, Conference Sessions, lunches on Tuesday, June 6th and Wednesday, June 7th along with the Group Outing and Banquet Dinner on Tuesday, June 6th.  It does not include accommodation, travel to Miami or visa-related expenses. Please note that all bank charges must be paid at your end.

Registration Fee for IMnI Potential Members: US$1,850

The registration fee includes entrance to the Welcome Cocktail, Conference Sessions, lunches on Tuesday, June 6th and Wednesday, June 7th along with the Group Outing and Banquet Dinner on Tuesday, June 6th.  It does not include accommodation, travel to Miami or visa-related expenses. Please note that all bank charges must be paid at your end.

Accompanying Person’s Fee: US$480

An “Accompanying Person” is a spouse, companion or family member; it is not a business colleague attending the Conference. The Accompanying Person’s Fee includes the Welcome Cocktail, lunches on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Official Banquet Dinner on Tuesday the 6th of June. It does not include accommodation, travel to Miami or visa-related expenses.

Visas:

All information on visa requirements can be obtained here:

 https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en.html

Should you need an invitation letter, please send a copy of your passport to: events@manganese.org.

Dress code for the conference:

Business casual is recommended.  Shorts and other leisure-wear are not appropriate. 

Dress code for the Banquet Dinner:

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Climate:

Due to Florida’s (sub)tropical climate, temperatures are always high and sunshine is abundant. You can expect an average temperature of 27°C (80°F).

Moderator

Alex Puissant, a Brussels journalist, is a prominent international conference facilitator.

As a foreign correspondent, editor and news anchorman, he has ensured television news coverage, including live comments and interviews, from around Europe and the USA.

As a an independent conference moderator, he has chaired hundreds of sessions and panel discussions with speakers as diverse as Vaclav Havel, Margaret Thatcher, and Bill Gates.

He has worked for global corporations and associations as well as European Union institutions and the United Nations Organization in New York.

Alex Puissant, a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in the City of New York, is the author of “The press, a voice on behalf of the citizen?” on social responsibility of the media, published on behalf of the King Baudouin Foundation.

More at: www.linkedin.com/in/alexpuissant

Chairman

Pedro Larrea has served as the Chief Executive Officer of FerroGlobe since December 23rd, 2015.

He was Chairman and CEO of Grupo FerroAtlántica since December 2012, and served in that role until the closing of the Business Combination between Grupo FerroAtlántica and Globe Specialty Metals. He joined Grupo FerroAtlántica as CEO in 2011.

Pedro holds an MBA from INSEAD, where he graduated with honours. He graduated as a mining engineer (MSc equivalent) from the Universidad Politécnica of Madrid, specialising in energy and fuels.

He has spent most of his professional life in the energy sector, holding relevant positions both in the industry and in professional services firms, where he has acquired a wide experience in processes optimization, managing of international companies and analysis, negotiation and execution of mergers and acquisitions. He is also expert in the regulation and planning of the energy industry.

The most relevant positions Pedro Larrea has held include:

  • 13 years in ENDESA (biggest power Company in Spain and Latin America) where he reached the position of Chairman and CEO of Endesa Latinoamérica.
  • Served in the Board of Directors of Enersis and Endesa Chile, both public Chilean Companies listed in NYSE.
  • PwC, where he was the leader of the Energy sector practice in the consulting division.
  • Management consultant for McKinsey & Company, in Madrid, Latin America and the United States.

 

Speakers

 

 

Robert Powell is the Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary of Georgian American Alloys, Inc. (“GAA”).  Mr. Powell has served as General Counsel for GAA and its affiliated entities in the ferroalloy, steel and industrial tire industries since January 2008.  In addition, Mr. Powell is the Honorary Consul of Georgia for the State of Florida.  Mr. Powell previously served as General Counsel to Black & Decker’s Automotive and Electronics Division and its predecessor company, Vector Products, Inc. from 2003 to 2007. Prior to moving in-house, he was an attorney with Steel Hector & Davis, LLP (now Squire Patton Boggs) in Miami. Mr. Powell holds a B.A. from Hampshire College and a J.D. from Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

 

 

Robert Ward is the Editorial Director at the Economist Intelligence Unit, where he leads the EIU's country, industry and data analysis and forecasting teams. In this position he plays a key role in shaping the company's response to events and in overseeing the suite of core subscription products to ensure standards of editorial excellence are maintained. He also has oversight of the editorial integrity and independence of all EIU-branded businesses within the Economist Group.


Before becoming Editorial Director, Robert was Country Publishing Director and, before that, he led the EIU's Global Forecasting unit. In this latter capacity, Robert led the EIU's response to the global financial and economic crises and he remains an expert on global political and economic issues.

Recent highlights include developing the EIU's China strategy and spearheading the company's recent expansion of its China city analysis, and devising the rollout of the EIU's new "Events" service, reorganising the editorial team to integrate the production of quick-response daily analysis with continued output of monthly and quarterly core subscription products.

Robert also plays a leading role in communicating the EIU's views to high-level audiences around the world. His external activities have included advising company boards on strategy, keynotes at large corporate gatherings and event chairing.

Robert joined the Economist Group in 1997. As well as living in Japan in the 1990s, in the 1980s he attended Voronezh University in the Soviet Union and worked for two years in geriatric care in West Berlin. He is a fluent speaker of Japanese and holds a bachelors and masters degree from Cambridge University.

Specialties: global economic/political issues, developed and emerging market economies and politics, Japan and China, China business, political risk analysis, economic forecasting, new product development and strategy, subscription publishing, online publishing, change management within teams, large-team management, team development.

 

Mark Seibel is the chief of correspondents for McClatchy, which publishes newspapers and websites in 29 American cities. Based in Washington, D.C., he directs coverage of the White House, Defense Department and the country’s intelligence agencies. A life-long journalist, he spent nearly 20 years with the Miami Herald, serving as that publication’s foreign editor, director of international operations, assistant managing editor and managing editor for news before moving to the Washington Bureau in 2003. While at the paper, he directed Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Iran-contra scandal and the Elian Gonzalez immigration controversy. He also directed the Miami Herald’s review of Florida ballots from the disputed 2000 presidential election. From Washington, he’s supervised coverage of Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, including the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the rise of the Islamic State. A native of Kansas City, Mo., he is married and has two adult children. 

 

Michel van Hoey is a principal in McKinsey’s Luxembourg office, and focuses on serving companies in the metals and mining industry. Over the past ten years he has led over 100 engagements across more than 15 commodities in the metals and mining industry, working in more than 30 countries across all continents. He advises clients on strategy, marketing and sales, and operational transformation, as well as challenges in organization and sustainability.

 A frequent focus of Michel’s work is helping leading metals and mining companies and equipment suppliers to adapt their strategies in response to changes in global raw materials markets. Within McKinsey, he leads our work on value-in-use, supporting clients worldwide on raw material quality and mix decisions, and our work with metals and mining equipment suppliers. He also led the development of our models for CO2 emissions and abatement in the steel industry. Examples of Michel’s recent projects include supporting the development of an $8 billion capital-expenditure program for mine and downstream expansion, helping to lead the integration of two large-scale steel producers, driving a value-in-use performance transformation at a metals client.

A regular speaker at conferences and industry events, Michel lectures on a range of issues including the implications of commodity volatility, sustainable steelmaking, and CO2 abatement. He is also the author of a number of articles on these and other metals and mining topics. He holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Gent, a degree in management from Vlerick Management School, and an MBA from INSEAD in Singapore

 

Patrick A. McCormick, a commercial veteran of global steel buying, joined World Steel Dynamics in 2006. Pat has previously held various engineering and procurement management positions during his 30-year career at Emerson. He holds a MBA from Washington University.

Pat manages WSD’s Steel Stratagems Consulting Service.  This service works very closely with steel industry clients to improve steel buying and selling performance.  Activities include performance benchmarking, global analysis of steel industry price drivers, price risk assessment and strategy development and execution assistance.

World Steel Dynamics ® is the world's leading steel information service.

World Steel Dynamics is a "Strategic Information Service" providing critical and new perspectives on possible and probable steel industry developments. WSD regularly analyzes and publishes reports on steel prices, steelmakers' costs, steel supply/demand and steel finances. WSD also undertakes customized steel research assignments, specialized in-depth studies, private consulting studies and investment banking assessments.

 

Mr. Rubio is Managing Director at ALACERO (Latin American Steel Association). He received a Bachelor of Science in economics in 1972 from the Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM), in Monterrey, México. Also, a Master and Ph.D. degrees in economics from Cornell University (Ithaca, New York) in the United States. The areas of his specialization were industrial organization and economic development.

Since mid-2014, he is the General Director of the Latin American Steel Association (Alacero). Headquarter office is in Santiago, Chile.

Alacero is the organization that brings together the Steel Value Chain of Latin America to promote the values of regional integration, technological innovation, corporate responsibility, excellence in human resources, safe working environments, and social and environmental sustainability. Founded in 1959, Alacero represents 95% of the steel manufactured in the region

Before that, he worked for 29 years in the Mexican steel industry in the steel company Ternium.

Mr. Rubio has participated extensively in international trade and steel negotiations representing the Mexican steel industry as well as the Latin American steel industry. Also, participate in participates in several steel industry forums, like the Steel committee at the OECD, the Economic Committee and the National and Regional Steel Association committee in worldsteel Association (wsa).

 

Jack A. Levy, Founding Partner, Cassidy Levy Kent (USA) LLP

Jack Levy advises companies and trade associations on all aspects of international economic regulation and trade policy. He has been recognized by Chambers and Partners as a leader in U.S. trade remedy litigation, including antidumping and countervailing duty cases, and has been ranked among the Top 25 International Trade Lawyers in the World. 

Mr. Levy has substantial experience litigating before the U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Commission, United States Court of International Trade, NAFTA panels, and the World Trade Organization.

He also represents companies on trade legislation in the Congress, and actively represents clients on trade policy issues before the Trump Administration.

 

Ines Van Lierde is Chair of AEGIS Europe, the industry alliance representing 30 key industries aiming to promote manufacturing investment, innovation, jobs and growth in Europe.
Inès Van Lierde is also Secretary General of Euroalliages, the association representing European ferro-alloys and silicon producers. 
Since 2012, Inès acts as Chair of the Business Europe Trade Policy Instruments Working Group.
Inès has worked in the field of trade defence and commercial policy issues for more than thirty years, both in the private sector (Eurometaux, Euroalliages, CASI Institute) and in the European Commission Directorate General for Trade, as Head of Sector leading the Complaints Office (Anti-Dumping Service).
Inès, a dual Belgian/Argentinian national, holds a Master’s in Law from the University of Louvain.

 

 

Aloys d'Harambure, IMnI Market Research Analyst

Aloys joined the IMnI as Market Research Manager in December 2014.  He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (BBA), with a major in Information Technologies Management and a Master’s of Science in Administration (M.Sc.), majoring in Business Intelligence from l’Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC), Montreal’s prestigious business school. Prior to joining the IMnI, he was the Business Analyst at the International Chromium Development Agency (ICDA).  

 

Jorn P. de Linde, Senior Vice President, CRU International Inc.

Mr. de Linde was appointed to his current position following the merger between Resource Strategies Inc. and CRU International in April 1996.  Based in the United States, he specialises in ferroalloys-related research, with particular emphasis on silicon, manganese and electric power, drawing on more than 30 years of experience. 

He is the principal author of CRU’s silicon market outlook, silicon cost data service, and manganese ferroalloy cost data service reports.  Mr. de Linde is also a contributor to other CRU ferroalloy-related reports, including the Bulk Ferroalloys Monitor.

Mr. de Linde earned a M.Sc. Degree in Mineral Economics from the Pennsylvania State University in the USA and holds an MBA (Siviløkonom) from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration in Bergen, Norway.

 

Zhou Jian, IMnI China Representative and Regulatory Affairs Manager Asia

Zhou Jian has been working in the Mn industry for over 10 years. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from Fudan University (Shanghai) in Mathematics and a Master’s degree from the University of Orsay Paris XI, in Statistics.  After graduation, he joined the International Manganese Institute in Paris as the Market Analyst launching his career in Mn. In 2004, he returned to Shanghai and joined Eramet China Group as head of the Mn Alloys Sales Department.  In Feb 2014, he moved to Vale to be in charge of the Mn Department in Vale China. On June 1, 2016, he returned to the IMnI taking on the post of China Representative and Asia Regulatory Affairs Manager.

 

Joe Green is special counsel in the Washington, D.C. office of Kelley Drye & Warren, LLP.  He has practiced Environmental, Health and Safety law since 1996, with a focus on the complex regulatory matters faced by the steel industry and other metal industry sectors.  His work over the past two decades spans the range of U.S. environmental laws and state regulatory programs, as well as European Union and international requirements.  He has particular knowledge in the area of chemicals and toxic substances regulation, particularly as related to metals such as manganese, copper, nickel, and chromium, as well as the safety and labeling of consumer products.

Mr. Green founded and directs the Manganese Interest Group (MIG), which seeks to ensure that regulation and risk evaluation for manganese is based on current and sound science.  MIG engages with and seeks to educate federal and state regulators, primarily in the United States and Canada.  As an example of his work, in recent years MIG was successful in persuading the U.S. EPA Office of Air to abandon use of the outdated manganese reference concentration (0.05 µg/m3) from the agency’s Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) for evaluating potential risks from manganese emissions in favor of the more recent Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) minimum risk level (MRL) (0.30 µg/m3).  MIG currently is engaged in addressing concerns based on studies purporting to link adverse neurotoxic effects, particularly in children, with exposure to manganese through inhalation and drinking water.  

Mr. Green received his J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1996 and currently resides in Falls Church, Virginia.

 

S. H. Bell Company was founded in 1933, and is currently owned and operated by the third and fourth generation Bell family. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, the Company provides handling, warehousing (regular, LME, and CME), processing, packaging,

and transportation services at five warehouse locations in five States serving the North American market.

The Company and its subsidiaries presently handle over 80 different products  - including ferroalloys, non-ferrous metals, pig iron, scrap metals, frac sand, and industrial minerals used in a wide spectrum of steel, metals, oil/gas/energy, and related industries.

John Bell has been associated with the business for his entire life. During summers while in high school, his first job with the Company involved sweeping the warehouse floors.

Mr. Bell holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia, and later received an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. Bell started with the business “full time” in 1973, was appointed Vice President – Sales & Marketing in 1978, and took over as President in 1985 . . . where he continues in that position today. 

 

Tomás R. Guilarte is the dean of the FIU Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work. He took the helm of FIU Stempel College in January 2016. Guilarte comes to FIU after success as the inaugural Leon Hess Professor and Chairman of the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Before his time at Columbia, Guilarte received his PhD and spent 30 years as a professor and researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.


A leading scientist, educator and academic leader, Guilarte’s research has focused on determining the role on environmental pollutants on neurological and mental disease. His work uses behavioral, cellular and molecular approaches, ranging from studies using primary culture of neural cells to the application of brain imaging technologies. He is recognized worldwide for revealing the effects of low-level lead exposure on the central nervous system during development, and subsequently developing strategies to mitigate neurological effects. He has made many novel findings associated with manganese neurotoxicity. His research team led in the validation and application of a biomarker of brain injury and inflammation that is now used clinically in many major institutions throughout the world.

 

Dr. Doreen McGough is the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Director  & the Regulatory scientist at the International Manganese Institute (IMnI).

She is responsible for understanding the toxicicological/ecotoxicological profile of manganese-based substances and any risk or benefits  associated with their uses. As the  Institute’s main scientist, Doreen has published over 10 peer-review articles on manganese since she joined the IMnI in 2009.

Before joining the IMnI, she worked as a Regulatory Affairs Specialist at Safepharm Laboratories Ltd UK  - a contracted research organanisation.

An Anglo-Cameroonian, Dr. McGough holds a BSc in biology, an MSc in enviromental pollution and control and a Doctorate in environmental toxicology from the University of Nottingham,UK, where she began her career as a lecturer. 

 

Sponsors

Georgian American Alloys, Inc. (“GAA”), headquartered in Miami, Florida, manufactures and supplies high quality ferroalloys used in the manufacturing of iron and steel through wholly-owned US based subsidiaries Felman Production, LLC (“Felman Production”), Felman Trading, Inc. (“Felman Trading”), CC Metals & Alloys, LLC (“CC Metals”), and  Eastern European-based Georgian Manganese, LLC which is comprised of Chiatura Manganese Mine, Zestafoni Ferroalloy Plant, and Vartsikhe Hydroelectric facility.  Felman Trading, based in Miami, Florida, is a global manufacturer and distributor of ferroalloys that represents some of the world’s largest, longstanding alloy producers from Ukraine, Georgia, Romania and the United States. In addition to distributing a significant portion of the silicomanganese requirements of the steel producers in the United States, Felman Trading also sells ferroalloys to steelmakers and foundries in North, Central and South Americas.  Felman Production, based in New Haven, West Virginia, is one of two producers of silicomanganese in the US.  CC Metals, located in Calvert City, KY, is the leading supplier of high-grade ferrosilicon to the North American steel industry, as well as a major producer and supplier of specialty ferroalloys to the global iron foundry industry.  Georgian Manganese is a major producer of high-grade and regular-grade silicomanganese in Georgia and the largest private employer in Georgia. Georgian Manganese’s mining operation includes seven mines and eight quarries.  Vartsikhe 2005, LLC is a hydroelectric power plant that supplies power to its affiliated mining and ferroalloy operations.


 

AUTLÁN is a Mexican company specialized in the production and commercialization of manganese ore and manganese ferroalloys. The company was founde

d in 1953 and has been recognized as a reliable supplier because of its high quality products and commercial 

service. Autlán is focused on fulfilling the manganese needs from the steel industry as well as the specialized manganese requirements from the dry battery, ceramic and micro nutrient producers. The company owns three mining units and three ferroalloy plants. Recently, Autlán has successfully entered into the energy sector with its own hydro electrical power station.

 

Asia Minerals Limited (AML) is an international corporation with subsidiaries spread across the globe in Asia, Africa, Europe, CIS and North America. We were founded in Hong Kong since 1993.

We specialize in all Manganese related business from Ores to Ferroalloys, Metals and Chemicals. We are committed to Manganese and devoted to provide all kinds of solutions to our customers for their needs of Manganese. We strive for providing excellent products and services to all our customers, as well as maintaining the long term partnership with all our stakeholders in a respectful manner and “Win-Win” attitude.

AML started with trading of manganese related products, and now is an integrated producer of manganese mining, smelting and global sales.

 

Eramet Comilog Manganese is a world leader on the manganese alloy market with an 18% share of global production. The Division mines and processes manganese ore which is essential to steelmaking for high value-added markets.

 

 

 

Big River Steel has built the world’s first Flex Mill™, a steel mini mill focused on the production of a wide product spectrum, including advanced automotive steels and electrical steels. The Big River Steel facility, located in Osceola, Arkansas, is designed to produce the largest range of hot strip dimensions possible using the latest thin slab casting and rolling technologies from SMS group. Located on 1,300 acres in Osceola, Arkansas, the site is bordered on the east by the Mississippi River and on the west by a main line railroad operated by BNSF. The $1.3 billion Flex Mill™ combines the best of integrated mills and mini mills.

 

 

South32 is a globally diversified mining and metals company with high quality operations in Australia, Southern Africa and South America.

We are headquartered in Perth, Australia and have marketing offices in Singapore and London. Our shares trade on the Australian, Johannesburg and London Stock Exchanges.

South32’s purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people’s lives now and for generations to come. We are trusted by our owners and partners to realise the potential of their resources.

We have a simple strategy to maximise the potential of our assets and shareholder returns by optimising our existing operations, unlocking their potential and identifying new opportunities to compete for capital. Further information on South32 can be found at www.south32.net.

 

Maxtech’s goal is to become a Diversified Mining Company with a High-Grade Manganese Footprint.  The primary business program has been the assembly and acquisition of key mineral projects for future exploration. The initial phase of research has been in Brazil; Maxtech has positioned itself with more than 70,000 hectares of potential high grade Mn claims. The company’s long term strategy is to grow organically by building a vertical mining operation to sell high-grade manganese to global markets focused on renewable energy, steel production and fertilizers with Mn additives.  

 

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Documents

Title Date Format Download
Delegate List 12/06/17 PDF » Download
Program 18/05/17 PDF » Download
Global Overview: 2010-2017 How Did We Get Here and Where to From Now? - Robert Ward, Editorial Director, The Economist Intelligence Unit 06/06/17 PDF » Log In
National/Regional Overview: New Administration, Trade Agreements, etc. - Mark Seibel, Chief of Correspondents, McClatchy, Washington, DC, Bureau 09/06/17 PDF » Log In
Major Factors Affecting Metals Industries: Focus on Steel, Overcapacity, etc. - Michel Van Hoey, Partner, McKinsey & Company 06/06/17 PDF » Log In
Global Steel Outlook and Steel Demand in North America - Patrick McCormick, World Steel Dynamics 06/06/17 PDF » Log In
The Latin America Steel Market: Overview and Challenges - Rafael Rubio, Managing Director, ALACERO (Latin American Steel Association) 06/06/17 PDF » Log In
Mn Industry Overview - Aloys d'Harambure, IMnI Market Research Manager 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
What Can Cost Developments Tell Us About Future Evolution of Mn Prices? - Jorn P. de Linde, Senior Vice President, CRU International Inc. 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
US Trade Actions & Trade Policy in the Trump Era - Jack A. Levy, Founding Partner, Cassidy Levy Kent (USA) LLP 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
Is The EU Toughening Its Trade Defence? - Inès van Lierde, Secretary General, Euroalliages 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
China's Enforcement of New Environmental Regulations - Zhou Jian, IMnI China Representative and Regulatory Affairs Manager Asia 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
Manganese Interest Group: Overview of Regulatory Affairs - Joseph J. Green, President, Manganese Interest Group (Kelley Drye & Warren LLP) 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
Warehousing: A Case Study for Regulatory Affairs - John Bell, President, S.H. Bell Company 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
State of Research on Mn - Dr. Tomas Guilarte, Dean Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, Florida International University 07/06/17 PDF » Log In
Science Highlights Some Good News Stories for Mn - Dr. Doreen McGough, IMnI HSE Director and Regulatory Affairs Manager 07/06/17 PDF » Log In

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