The IPCC 2020 conference

Making open-pit mining more efficient and continuous

May 21-22, 2020, Hyatt Zilara Cancun, Mexico

 

 

 EARLY BIRD* delegate registration:  US $1,000 / GB £850 IPCC Register Now button (Discounts are available for company delegations – see below)

The only global in-pit crushing and conveying focused event of its kind, IPCC 2020 is the sixth edition of a hugely successful conference series.

Building on a strong event in Chile in 2018, IPCC 2020, in Mexico, will once again provide a forum for high-level networking and discussions on IPCC in all its varied forms. This includes high angle conveyors, to semi-mobile and fully-mobile crushing and sizing stations, to IPCC-related systems relating to mining waste management, as well as heap leach material stacking.

The event continues to attract all the major equipment OEMs designing these solutions, mining companies that have seen the benefits of employing this mining technique, and the service companies ensuring all pieces of the IPCC puzzle work in harmony. They will come together in a stellar program that looks at practical examples of how the technologies and solutions have been implemented and the impact of the installations.

Taking place at the Hyatt Zilara, in Cancun, Mexico, the 1.5-day event will bring together IPCC thought leaders in a relaxed setting where discussions can be had, cocktails can be drunk, and deals can be discussed and (hopefully) signed!

Papers already confirmed include:

Chris Pearson, MMD GPHC Group Business Development Director
MMD Fully Mobile Surge Loader – mine smarter, load quicker

Mike McLeavy, Vice President for North America, Mining Key Accounts and Project Sales, FLSmidth
Optimising mine waste deposition using comingled tailings and waste rock

Patrick Gruber, Sales Manager for Europe, North Africa, Russia, IPCC, FLSmidth
A success story in Brazil – introduction & operation of a fully mobile crushing unit

Paul Emerson, Director of Project Development & Ron Kelly, President – Terra Nova Technologies
PIT to TIP – utilising the versatility of mobile conveying & stacking

Christian Dirscherl, VP for Mining, Excavation & Transport, Siemens
Reliable drive solutions for IPCC systems

Sergei Sabanov, Associate Professor, School of Mining & Geosciences, Nazarbayev University
Risks & opportunities: use of IPCC systems in Kazakh mines

Neville Kelly, Business Development Manager & Ian Gibbs, Executive General Manager, RCR Mining Technologies
IPCC: a vision realised

Glenn Davis, Sales Manager & Johannes Muir, Business Manager, Creation Material Handling
The ultimate in IPCC flexibility: the Mobile High Angle Conveyor

Bob McCarthy, Principal Consultant, SRK Consulting
Exploring the bulk sorting potential of the CuMo project, Idaho, USA

Andreas Miketta, Conveyor Component Manager, RWE Power AG
Direct bonding ceramic lagging of pulleys under rough IPCC mining conditions

Arie-Johann Heiertz, Head of Mining and Materials Handling, RWE Technology International
Boost your IPCC production targets: RWETI’s operational and training assistance services for international mining operations

Rico Neumann, Chief Mine Planning Engineer & Dr Robert Ritter – Senior Mine Planning Engineer, TAKRAF
A new IPCC system for iron ore – an example of complex redundancy

Jorma Kempas, Bid Manager – Lokotrack, Metso & John McCarthy, Product Manager – Double Roll Crushers, Komatsu Mining
A collaborative approach for a complete high efficiency IPCC solution in Thailand

 

If you’d like to hear more about IPCC 2020 – including opportunities for presenting, sponsoring and exhibiting – please feel free to get in contact with Editorial Director Paul Moore ([email protected]) or Editor Dan Gleeson ([email protected]). Company delegations are also entitled to a discount.

We look forward to seeing you in Cancun!

 

*The EARLY BIRD rate is available until 31st January 2020. After that the full rate will be US $1,300 / GB £1,000.

 

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