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Argus Metals Week (formerly NiCoMo) returns on 6-9 March 2017 to deliver a platform for discussing the global market outlook, supply and demand balance, market pressures as well as prospect within production, mining and manufacturing.
The 2017 event consists of a new Battery Conference (6 March), NiCoMo conference (7-8 March), Tantalum Summit (9 March) and Tungsten Summit (9 March).
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Inside you will find:
Battery Conference – 6 March
Latest industry updates with a focus on lithium-ion (Li-ion) - supply / demand and graphite developments, speakers sessions include:
See agenda for the Battery Conference
NiCoMo – 7- 8 March
An established gathering of the full NiCoMo (nickel, cobalt, molybdenum and ferro-chrome) supply chain, including key organisations in the stainless steel, ferroalloy and superalloy chains and within aerospace, automotive, aerospace, storage and logistics, recycling and relevant financial contingents.
See agenda for NiCoMo
Explore projects and developments in Tungsten, ferro-tungsten, tungsten carbide, cemented carbide and related materials with a global selection of industry experts:
See agenda for the Tungsten Conference
Updates on Tantalum, tantalum carbide and cemented carbide with special attention to responsible sourcing. Views from across the supply chain:
See agenda for the Tantalum Conference
Argus Metals Week is recognised as a meeting place for metals professionals who want to network and make informed business decisions. Our event is supported by leading industry associations and media outlets, including the Cobalt Development Institute, International Molybdenum Association, International Chromium Development Association, the Nickel Institute, Resource Investing News and many more.
Find out more about who you could meet at Argus Metals Week 2017
If you have any questions or would like to be involved with Argus Metals Week 2017, please contact the Argus conference team:
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