IMnI Change of Staff

IMnI China Representative Jian Zhou has decided to go back to the production side of the manganese business, and since September 1, 2018, he has been working for a Manganese alloy producer in Southern China. Over the last two and a half years, Jian has tremendously developed our market research knowledge of China, and convinced more than 10 major Chinese companies to join IMnI. I would like to take this opportunity to thank him once again for his great efforts in increasing the IMnI footprint in China. I have no doubt that Jian will be very successful in his new position, and will continue being in touch with IMnI Members. You can contact Jianon his cellphone (008615021319936) or on his personal email address jefferszhou@126.com.

On August 1, 2018, Ms Eva Yang started working as new IMnI China Representative. Eva has strong experience in the manganese business, having worked for Eramet Comilog and OM Holdings over the last years, and she already knows most of the Chinese IMnI Members. Eva's mission is to further improve the market research coverage of the Chinese market, facilitate networking between China and the rest of the world, and organise IMnI events in China. Based in Shanghai, Eva can be contacted at evayang@manganese.org, or on her mobile phone at 008615821169770.

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