Events Overview

IMnI organizes three main events each year:

  1. Annual Conference which has become the undisputed international event for the Mn industry.
  2. EPD Conference which is IMnI’s most popular event. Produced in China, each year it attracts over 200 players in the EMM and EMD industries.
  3. IMnI Environmental & Safety Workshops which are part of the IMnI’s ongoing campaign to raise the bar on Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) issues in our industry ...
2016: IMnI 42nd Annual Conference

2016: IMnI 42nd Annual Conference

IMnI members can download all the PPTs presented at this conference, free of charge.  Non-IMnI members can request a copy...

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Map of past annual conferences


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Upcoming Events


IMnI Annual Conferences IMnI 45th Annual Conference will be held in Europe. City and venue TBA

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Past events


To access IMnI's Past Events, other events we have participated in, along with associated presentations.

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Presentations given at IMnI Conferences & Events, along with other presentations of interest to Mn industry players.

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Mn Industry Suppliers & Partners


Manganese industry service providers accredited by the IMnI:     Envigo provides essential research services, models and products for biopharmaceutical,...

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