KEY FEATURESBe updated with the latest market developments from in-depth presentations from leading analysts and key industry decision makers including producers, traders and end usersUnderstand the key issues facing the ferro-alloys industry in Asia and strengthen your business foothold in the regionNetwork with over 700 senior level delegates from the world ferro-alloys industry, including miners, producers, smelters, steel mills, traders and other logistic/services providers
Select more focused content with streamed sessions on key alloy developments including nickel, silicon, molybdenum, tungsten, vanadium, chrome and manganese
Intuitive color coded badges for each ferro-alloy interest
NEW FOR 2013
With over 700 people in the conference halls and lounges it can be difficult to work out which delegates are interested in which ferro-alloys. Our new color coding system will streamline the process – a quick glance at a badge will tell you the relevance to your business - meaning you only spend time networking with relevant companies.
Speed networking sessions arranged for each ferro-alloyEach session is designed to separate out the alloys and give you a chance to meet all the relevant professionals in an easy environment.
Early activation of the Delegate Messenger ServiceBy request we will be activating the delegate messenger service earlier than usual this year to allow you to set up and prepare your meeting schedule in advance.
Business networking loungesTake in the views of Hong Kong harbour with our new networking lounges, where business can be conducted in comfort and privacy.
Extensive networking opportunities with delegates from the minor metal and rare earth industries There will be a pre-event cocktail reception on 26 March 2013 and it will be opened to the registered delegates of both the 4th Asian Minor Metals Conference and the 14th Asian Ferro-alloys Conference, which will provide you extensive opportunities to network and explore potential business opportunities and cross-over interest.
KEY TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:The outlook of the global economy and industry in 2013 in terms of ferro-alloys consumption and production Will the slow-down of China’s economy become a worry to the ferro-alloys industry?Recent trends of ferro-alloy industries in India, Japan, Korea and other Asian regions
The role of South Korea, Indonesia and Malaysia in securing supply and driving growth
What are the major challenges facing the industry?