国际锰协2021年会 – 2021年6月7日 – 11日 – 开普敦

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南非 开普敦

202167 – 11

 

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国际锰协年会为锰业领导者们搭建了一个交流、分享和促进锰业发展的国际平台。年会由国际锰协主持,每年在全球不同地点召开,并且提供到矿山或者工厂进行技术考察的机会。年会面向国际锰协所有会员和相关从业者。

2019年年会在维也纳成功召开,来自全球锰业的200多位代表参加了此次会议,交流学习了行业最新动向。2021年年会将在南非开普敦召开。

此次年会包括技术考察如下:

  • 6月7日周一,参观Manganese Metal Company (MMC)、 Transalloys 、 Transnet 伊丽莎白港和库哈港
  • 6月11日周五,参观4个露天锰矿(Kudumane, South 32 Mamatwan, Tshipi 和UMK)和2个地下锰矿(Assmang Gloria 和 Nchwaning)。(注:Tshipi和Assamang锰矿考察报名已满,如想报名,将加入等待名单。)

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国际锰协2021年会 - 2021年6月7日 - 11日 – 开普敦 #1


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Alex Puissant,布鲁塞尔新闻记者,知名国际会议主持人。他身兼驻外记者、编辑及新闻主播三职,为广大观众带来欧美等地的最新新闻报道,包括时事评论和现场采访。 作为一位独立会议主持人,他主持过几百场会议和专题讨论,与来自不同领域的会议发言人打过交道,其中包括捷克前总统瓦茨拉夫·哈维尔、撒切尔夫人和比尔·盖茨等。 他曾为多家全球性企业和协会组织以及欧盟相关机构和位于纽约的联合国组织效力。 Alex Puissant毕业于哥伦比亚大学新闻学研究生院,是《新闻:大众之声?》(The press, a voice on behalf of the citizen?)一书的作者。该书主要探讨媒体的社会责任,由博杜安国王基金会推荐出版。
  • Aloys d’Harambure

    Aloys d'Harambure是国际锰协的执行董事,国际锰协是全球锰行业的代表,坐落于巴黎。Aloys在2014年加入国际锰协,担任市场调查经理,专注于分析锰业的供需基本面。他毕业于蒙特利尔高等商学院,专门从事市场情报工作。在加入国际锰协之前,他是国际铬发展协会(ICDA)的商业分析师。Aloys经常在金属和矿产行业项目以及全球其他会议上发表演讲。

  • Kevin Fowkes

    凯文·福克斯作为铁合金行业内的经济学者和咨询顾问已经有21年的经验了。在2007年至2009年期间,凯文·福克斯在Privat Group的金属部门担任业务发展经理,在此之前,他曾是挪威铁合金集团埃肯(Elkem)的高级市场分析员,并做过Hatch Beddows和CRU国际的咨询顾问。自从2009年后,凯文创办了他自己的公司AlloyConsult,为铁合金行业提供定制的咨询服务。 凯文·福克斯毕业于伦敦经济学院

  • 罗伯特·沃德(Robert Ward)

    罗伯特·沃德(Robert Ward)是国际战略研究所(IISS)地域经济与战略及日本研究组总监。IISS是世界一流研究机构,重点研究全球安全、政治风险与冲突。 在2019年加入IISS前,罗伯特在经济学人智库担任编辑总监,领导国家行业和数据分析及预测团队。罗伯特在1997年加入经济学人集团。 1989年从剑桥大学毕业后,罗伯特前往日本工作生活直到1996年。1986年罗伯特曾到苏联进行学习。

  • Goolam Ballim

    Goolam is the chief economist and head of research for the Standard Bank Group. The bank’s commercial emphasis is on Africa and the research unit is aligned to this pursuit. Standard Bank Research comprises 53 analysts and 10 support staff, variously located in Johannesburg, Nairobi, Lagos, London and Beijing.   Goolam and his team consistently earn accolades for macroeconomic, political, sectoral and financial markets research. The team has been rated the Best Research House in South Africa for the past 4 years in the coveted Financial Mail Ranking the Analysts survey.   Goolam’s interest spans politics, the macroeconomy and financial markets, and he regularly engages in public dialogue on national and continental issues across the globe.

  • Ramsey Yanuz

    拉姆齐(Ramsey)于2019年11月加入Roskill咨询公司,专注于锰、铬和钢铁合金市场研究。2017-2019年期间,拉姆齐在德勤位于格鲁吉亚首都的第比利斯办公室工作,在战略和运营部门担任管理咨询师。另外,他还担任位于土耳其安卡拉的Turkmangan矿业公司担任采矿经理。拉姆齐毕业于卡斯商学院,拥有商业学士学位和国际会计硕士学位。

  • John Bell

    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.

  • Sebastian Kreft

    Dr. Sebastian Kreft is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Metalshub, a Germany based commoditech company with the vision to make ferroalloy and metal trading more efficient. Previously he was Head of Nickel Sales for the leading mining company Anglo American where he was responsible for marketing ferronickel and nickel cathodes and served on the LME Nickel Committee. Sebastian started his career with The Boston Consulting Group, where he led transformational commercial projects in the mining industry across the globe for over 7 years. He holds a Master degree in business and economics and a PhD from WHU, Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Management. Sebastian is married and has a son and a daughter.

  • Navesh Ragoonanthun

    Navesh started his career as a mining engineer at AngloGold Ashanti and thereafter at Rio Tinto, serving in various roles in underground and open pit production as well as mine design. Later, Navesh spent 10 years as a seasoned management consultant having worked at Bain & Co and Deloitte Consulting as an Associate Director serving the mining industry. Navesh joined Transnet in March 2017 with the objective of connecting mining companies to the global platform through efficient rail and port solutions. He currently leads the portfolios of Iron ore and Manganese for Transnet. During this tenure, Navesh and his team have concluded formal contracts with all major manganese producers and implemented tools and systems for effective contract management. Supported by the business, manganese has become an important commodity for Transnet due to its remarkable year on year growth. Navesh has a Mining Engineering degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, MBA from the University of Stellenbosch, and a Post Graduate Management Diploma from INSEAD in France.

  • Bingbing Song

    International Maritime Organization (IMO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. Mr Song is the Secretary for the Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers (CCC), which is the key international body, dealing with cargo related issues including solid bulk cargoes (International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC) Code), bulk gas cargoes, dangerous goods, and containers. Mr Song is also dealing with maritime regulations related to alternative fuels, under the framework of the International Code of Safety for Ship Using Gases or Other Low-flashpoint Fuels (IGF Code), in particular with the implementation of IMO 2020 sulphur limit (1 January 2020 entry into force of the new global sulphur limit of 0.5 per cent for ships’ fuel oil).

  • Maxime Vandersmissen

    Maxime Vandersmissen is an Associate Partner with McKinsey & Company in Brussels. Maxime focuses on serving companies in the metals industries. Over the past 9 years he has led engagements in the Metals value chain, working in more than 15 countries across all continents. Maxime co-leads McKinsey's Basic Materials practice in Europe, where he also co-leads McKinsey’s Digital in Metals service line   Examples of recent work include - Leading multiple comprehensive operational transformation programs in the steel industry, incl. Asset footprint choices, technical improvement levers, labor productivity improvement and optimisation of raw material sourcing. - Leading the digital transformation of several players in the metals industry, across multiple geographies, through the development of more than 100 digital use cases and the set-up of a Digital Academy. - Developing raw material value-in-use optimization tools (scrap, iron ore, coal, alloys) for steelmaking groups around the world.   Education Maxime holds a masters in Metallurgy and a bachelor’s in Chemical Technology and Materials Science, both from the University of Ghent, in Belgium.

Assore成立于1950年,是一家矿业控股公司,主要投资于基础矿产和金属项目。该公司在约翰内斯堡证券交易所上市,股票名称为Assore,属于综合矿业板块。 公司拥有Assmang公司50%的股权,和African Rainbow Minerals Limited (ARM)共同控股Assmang。Assore通过其多个合资实体和子公司主要从事铁、锰、铬以及其他工业矿采和锰合金生产。该集团也负责Assore和Assmang集团的所有产品的市场营销工作,其大部分产品用作出口,剩余部分供集团内部选矿使用或者在当地销售。
墨西哥Autlan公司成立于1953年,是一家从事锰,能源和贵金属的公司。公司凭借优质产品和商业服务获得广泛认可,是一家值得信赖的杰出供应商。就锰而言,Autlan是美洲最大的锰铁合金生产商,也是北美和中美洲最重要的锰矿生产商。Autlan公司致力于满足钢铁行业以及干电池、陶瓷和微量营养素产品生产商对锰的不同需求。该公司拥有三处锰矿区和三家铁合金厂。
南32公司是一家全球综合性金属矿业公司,工厂分布与澳大利亚、南非和南美,从事生产铝土矿、氧化铝、铝、能源和焦煤、锰、镍、银、铅、锌。该公司在北美拥有高品质锌、铅和银开采项目所有权,同时和几家初级开采商在贱金属方面有合作。公司的目标是在自然资源开采方面取得突破、提高人们目前和将来的生活质量以及成为公司投资者和合作伙伴值得信任的合作对象以帮助他们开发利用所拥有的的资源。
Transalloys 是一家在全球范围内获得认可的硅锰生产商,也是南非唯一的硅锰生产商。其工厂位于普马兰加省境内,在eMalahleni (Witbank)向西14公里、Pretoria向东90公里处。生产所用的锰矿主要来自北开普省,其境内锰矿总量占全球已探明锰矿储量的75%。 公司成立于2007年。当时俄国多元投资公司Renova集团收购了该工厂。在Renova集团的战略领导下以及Transalloys管理团队和员工的不懈努力下,该工厂在没有新增冶炼产能的情况下实现了生产率和产量50%的增长。目前该工厂可生产18万吨硅锰。2018年,Renova集团出售了其在Transalloys公司51%的股份给以色列和瑞士的投资者。 该工厂的历史可以追溯到上世纪60年代中期,那时建造了最初的两个熔炉。目前工厂拥有5个埋弧炉,产能为22-48MVA。Transalloys正在建造一个UHT氧气底吹转炉,预计可在2020年第一季度投入生产。之后,其中一个硅锰熔炉将改为生产高碳锰铁,作为生产中碳锰铁的原料。 标准品位的硅锰产品含有至少16.5%的硅,65-67%的锰并且碳含量不超过2%。
Tshipi é Ntle是一家由黑人锰矿生产商独立运作和管理的锰矿开采有限公司。在当地茨瓦纳语中,Tshipi é Ntle意为美丽的钢铁。Tshipi不仅是南非最大的单一锰矿开采商和出口商,也是全球五大锰矿出口商之一。该公司位于卡拉哈里锰矿区,该区域被认为拥有全球最大的锰矿组。Tshipi Borwa矿是在一个单一大型矿体上进行露天开采,已确认的开采寿命为30年。
卡拉哈里联合锰业(UMK)是一家南非矿业公司,在南非北开普省John Taole Gaetsewe区的卡拉哈里锰矿区开展业务。卡拉哈里锰矿区被认为是全球最大的锰矿床。该公司成立于2005年,是一家51%黑人控股的公司,是南非第四大锰矿出口商。2018年该公司矿产资源估计为6.07亿吨,其中实测和指示类矿产2亿吨。露天矿的矿产储量估计为1.12亿吨,开采寿命超过30年。
Kudumane Manganese Resources (KMR) is one of South Africa’s newest black-controlled manganese mining company in the country. Mining operations take place in Hotazel, and the management office is based in Melrose Arch, Johannesburg. The mine was officially launched in May 2012 and manganese was reached by December of that year. KMR is mining at its York and Hotazel farms. Current production volumes are about 1.8 million to 2 million tons per annum. The company’s rail siding became operational in January of 2015, and by September 2015, KMR received rail capacity from Transnet as part of the rail operator’s MECA initiative. Cargo is predominantly exported through Port Elizabeth and Saldanha Bay, though KMR has shipped cargo through most ports in South Africa which Transnet has activated for manganese export.
Assmang - Black Rock 矿山运营(简称BRMO)是南非唯二两个地下锰矿山之一,该矿山出产氧化矿和半碳酸矿。   该矿开采始于1940年,最初在Black Rock区,然后逐步扩展至北开普省的Nchwaning矿山和Gloria矿山。Gloria矿山从1975年起开采,主要生产中等品位的的半碳酸矿。Nchwaning2期和Nchwaning3期分别从1981年和2004年起开采,生产不同等级的高品位氧化矿。BRMO目前年产400万吨,大部分用于出口。 Assmang和Transnet在铁路运输和港口网络方面建立的良好关系使得Assmang一直都是世界上最大的锰矿出口商之一。矿石主要经铁路运至伊丽莎白港和萨尔达尼亚湾出口。   国际锰协参观人员将考察以下地点:  
  • Nchwaning矿区3期地下采矿运营
  • Gloria 矿山地下采矿运营
Kudumane Manganese Resources (KMR) is one of South Africa’s newest black-controlled manganese mining company in the country. Mining operations take place in Hotazel, and the management office is based in Melrose Arch, Johannesburg. The mine was officially launched in May 2012 and manganese was reached by December of that year. KMR is mining at its York and Hotazel farms. Current production volumes are about 1.8 million to 2 million tons per annum. The company’s rail siding became operational in January of 2015, and by September 2015, KMR received rail capacity from Transnet as part of the rail operator’s MECA initiative. Cargo is predominantly exported through Port Elizabeth and Saldanha Bay, though KMR has shipped cargo through most ports in South Africa which Transnet has activated for manganese export.   IMnI visitors will see the following:
  • Internal rail and automated rapid LOAD-OUT Station infrastructure where Transnet wagons and road haul trucks are loaded
  • Crushing of the ROM ore.
  • The open pit mine operations
Mamatwan Mine is part of the Hotazel Manganese Mines consortium operated by South32. Our 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.   The open-cut Mamatwn mine started operating more than half a centure ago, with the underground Wessels mine following a few years later. Mamatwan mine is a surface operation using the terrace mining method.   The ore is beneficiated using:
  • Dense Medium Separation
  • Sinter process
Manganese Metal Company (MMC) produces the purest (99.9%) form of manganese metal available in the world today. We are the world’s most experienced, largest and most reliable supplier of selenium-free electrolytic manganese metal (ElMn). We are a proudly South African owned company and the only producer of ElMn in South Africa and one of only two outside China.   Long-term relationships, high quality products and reliability of supply are pivotal to our success, along with our one-on-one relationships directly with end customers in diverse industries. Our experienced marketing team, dedicated to customer service, offers a full logistics function, stock in warehouses close to markets and technical support.   MMC is set for long term sustainability in terms of access to raw materials, process technology and HSE (Health, Safety and Environmental) compliance. With more demand on resources worldwide and growth in the production of electrolytic manganese, we are proud to remain the world’s most reliable supplier of the highest quality manganese in the industry.   More than 90% of sales is exported by MMC’s in-house marketing and logistics team, to a customer base spanning more than 110 active customers in 23 countries.  A visit to MMC will also offer insight into the EMM market structure, a unique part of the global manganese industry.
Transalloys is a well-recognized supplier of silicomanganese globally, and the only silicomanganese producer in South Africa. The production plant is situated 14 km west of eMalahleni (Witbank) and approximately 90 km east of Pretoria, in the Mpumalanga Province. Manganese ore used in the production process comes from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, which is known to contain 75% of the world’s identified manganese ore reserves.     The company was established in 2007 when the Renova Group, a Russian diversified investment holding, acquired the plant. Under Renova’s strategic leadership and as a result of the concerted effort by the Transalloys’ management team and the employees, the productivity and output of the plant were increased by 50% without the addition of any additional smelting capacity. The plant has the capacity to produce approximately 180 000 tonnes of silicomanganese per annum. In 2018 Renova divested 51% of its interest in Transalloys to Israeli and Swiss investors.     The plant itself dates back to the mid-1960’s when the first two furnaces were built. Currently, there are 5 submerged arc furnaces, with capacity ranging between 22 and 48 MVA. Transalloys is currently in the process of constructing a UHT oxygen blown converter, which is scheduled to come into operation in Q1 of 2020. Once in operation, one of the SiMn furnaces will be converted to HCFeMn production, as feedstock to the converter for conversion to MCFeMn.     The standard grade silicomanganese contains a minimum of 16.5% of silicon, 65 to 67% of manganese and a maximum of 2% carbon.
Port of Ngqura   The latest development in the TNPA stables of ports, the Port of Ngqura is located on the east coast of South Africa, 20 kilometres north east of Port Elizabeth and midway between Durban and Cape Town. Officially launched on 16 March 2012; the Port of Ngqura is a world-class, dedicated and preferred deep-water transshipment hub for the sub-Saharan. The Ngqura Container Terminal celebrated its 10 year anniversary in October 2019.   Africa region with the design capacity of 2,000,000 TEUs. The Port offers an integrated, efficient and competitive port service for containers in transit to global markets within the region. The Port has a 4-berth Container Terminal which is equipped with world-class infrastructure, 1-berth Multipurpose Terminal, Liquid Bulk Terminal and the Manganese Terminal.   The construction of the Manganese loading facility that will be supported by the required rail infrastructure will increase the capacity from the 6Mtpa currently handled in the South African Port System to 22Mtpa, to accommodate the broad-based local mining growth, stemming from the global demand. Upon completion, this project will ultimately position South Africa as the global leading manganese ore exporter.   The Port of Ngqura is strategically positioned to accommodate and attract traffic which cannot access the Suez Canal due to size and other safety reasons. The port is also located within the proximity of the Coega Industrial Development Zone which provides an opportunity for product beneficiation. The design of the port was also governed by the site’s physical and environmental conditions. It is the only port in South Africa boasting an environmental authorisation Record of Decision (RoD) for its construction and operation, as well as an exceptional 0% non-compliance. Port Elizabeth   The Port of Port Elizabeth is a geographically well-positioned, customer-centric, multi-cargo port that prides itself on flexibility and service excellence. It is the gateway for expanding markets, and is not only linked with the rest of the world, but also has direct transport links into the heart of the African continent. Situated in Algoa Bay, on the south-eastern coast of Africa, midway between the Ports of Durban and Cape Town, the port has a container terminal, one of only five (Durban, East London, Ngqura, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town) in South Africa. Being a congestion free port allows it to maintain high cargo handling rates, fast and efficient ship turnaround and unparalleled service levels. The port is equipped to handle Dry Bulk (Manganese Ore), Liquid Bulk, Automotives, General Cargo and Containerized cargo. Passenger ships usually make use of the Multipurpose Terminal berths and facilities when calling at the port.   Manganese Terminal The port exports 6 million tons of manganese ore per annum. This commodity has been exported through the port since 1976. The ore is transported to Port Elizabeth by rail from four mines near Hotazel in the country’s Northern Cape Province, and then exported to mainly India and China.  
The Tshipi mining right application was approved in 2010 and after a 20-month construction and commissioning phase, Tshipi Borwa Mine railed and exported its first manganese ore. Tshipi is an independently operated and managed, black empowered manganese ore producer. Tshipi é Ntle means “beautiful steel” in the local Tswana language. Tshipi is not only the largest single manganese mine and exporter from South Africa but is also one of the five largest manganese ore exporters globally. Based in the Kalahari Manganese Field (KMF), the largest manganese-bearing geological formation in the world, Tshipi Borwa Mine is a shallow open-cast operation developed on a large and homogenous ore body with a currently confirmed life of mine reserve of approximately 30 years. Tshipi has an established and efficient export infrastructure, including a 8km private rail siding loop, and one of the fastest load-out stations in the Kalahari region with direct access to the Transnet rail link and ports in South Africa. The mine operates through drill-and-blast and load-and-haul mining techniques. At the start of the mining process, the top soil is removed and stockpiled in a separate area for later use during the rehabilitation phase. The various layers of the Kalahari formation are removed, followed by the harder banded ironstone, dolomite and manganese layers which are part of the Hotazel formation. Once exposed, the manganese ore is drilled, blasted and loaded onto a truck and hauled to the Company’s primary crusher which forms part of the processing facilities. The Mine is operated in terms of a contractor-operator model, which has allowed it to become one of the lowest cost manganese ore exporters globally and a flexibly scaled production process in response to manganese ore price volatilities and market conditions.
United Manganese of Kalahari (UMK) is a South African company, mining manganese in the John Taolo Gaetsewe District Municipality in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The Kalahari manganese fields are regarded as the largest manganese ore deposit globally. Established in 2005, UMK is 51% black owned and is the 4th largest manganese exporter in South Africa. In 2018 the mineral resources were estimated at 607mt with 200mt in measured and indicated categories.  Mineral Reserves for Open Pit Mining are estimated at 112mt that provides a life of Open Pit Mine of more than 30 years.
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  • Ntsimbintle Marketing and Trading Pte. Ltd.
  • OFZ, a.s.
  • Ore & Metal Company Limited
  • Prince
  • QVC Exports Private Limited
  • Renova
  • Riverbed Pte Ltd.
  • Roskill Information Services
  • S.H. Bell Company
  • Shaanxi Sinian Metal & Mining Co. Ltd.
  • Shanghai Qunxian International Trade Co., Ltd.
  • Shyam Metalics and Energy Limited
  • Simpac Inc.
  • Sinosteel Resources Ltd.
  • Sojitz Corporation Johannesburg Branch
  • South32
  • Southern Jade Resources
  • Standard Bank Group
  • Sumitomo Corporation
  • Sumitomo Corporation Africa (PTY) Ltd
  • Tata Steel Limited
  • ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions (Africa) (Pty) Ltd
  • Tosra co
  • Transalloys (Pty) Ltd.
  • Transnet
  • Traxys Africa Trading (Pty) Ltd
  • Traxys Europe S.A.
  • Traxys North America
  • Tshipi e Ntle Manganese Mining
  • Ultra Source Mining Pty Ltd.
  • United Manganese of Kalahari (Pty) Ltd
  • World Metals & Alloys (FZC)
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