UPCOMING EVENTS

Fastmarkets Steel Success Industry Briefing 2021

21 Jun 2021

  Virtual Event on June 21-24 Physical Event in Miami on November 7-9   Steel markets are constantly changing. The price for many steel products has skyrocketed over the past…

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IMnI Q2 2021 Webinar – June 24

24 Jun 2021

  The webinar will be a virtual event scheduled from 2 to 4:30pm (CEST time). The theme of this Q2 event will be “Manganese on the spotlight of the battery…

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CRU Ryan’s Notes Ferroalloys USA 2021

24 Oct 2021

The 27th CRU Ryan’s Notes Ferroalloys Conference is the most important and largest annual gathering of ferroalloy professionals in the US. The conference has a trusted track-record for delivering 640+ delegates…

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IMnI 2021 Annual Conference Postponed to June 2022

31 May 2022

  Cape Town, South Africa May 31 to June 2, 2022 The IMnI Annual Conference is a unique global platform for manganese leaders to meet, network and exchange on the…

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IMnI EVENTS

IMnI 2019 Annual Conference

10 June 2019

IMnI’s 45th Annual Conference took place in Vienna on June 10-12, attracting 200+ delegates from 120 companies based in 34 countries.

Structured around the theme “Rethinking Manganese in Changing Times: New Directions for Europe”, main speakers included: Robert Ward, Editorial Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit; Sebastien Leger, Partner of McKInsey & Company Inc. France, Denny Sabah, Business Development for Clarksons Platou, Anthony de Carvalho, Senior Economist of the OECD, Dennis Alvarenga, Head of Global and European Procurement Strategy, Digital Transformation for ArcelorMittal, Aloys d’Harambure, IMnI Executive Director, Kevin Fowkes, Managing Consultant for AlloyConsults, Pedro Larrea, CEO of Ferroglobe, Paul Desportes, Senior Vice-President Commercial Nickel and Manganese Mining Divisions of Eramet, Jack Bedder, Director at Roskill, Dr. Ulrike Dydak, Professor of Health Sciences at Purdue University and Brandon Cline, IMnI HSE & Regulatory Affairs Manager.

Two panel discussions were part of the program: on global trade and steel on the first day and on manganese on the next day.

After the conference, technical tours to three manganese alloys plants (Eramet and Ferroglobe in France and OFZ in Slovakia) were a major success with 60 delegates who participated to the visit.

Generous sponsors included Asia Minerals, Assore, Autlan, Eramet, OFZ, South32 and United Manganese of Kalahari.