LONDON, March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
- Leading Mining Producers From Mining and Drilling Companies Will Gather for Mining Output Optimisation Russia on the 25th - 26th May 2011 in Berlin, Germany
Conducted in Russian and English, Mining Output Optimisation Russia (http://www.russiamining.com) will address a key issue facing the mining industry: how to maintain and increase output.
The conference will explore how the mining industry will need to update both equipment and techniques in order to remain competitive.
Mining Output Optimisation Russia (http://www.russiamining.com) will feature 20 case studies from leading open pit and underground mines to highlight the challenges faced by the mining community today. Mining Output Optimisation Russia (http://www.russiamining.com) will showcase how success can be achieved through improving processes and output.
Key topics that will be examined include modernisation, optimisation, adhering to safety regulations, strategies for development of gold reserves, developing precious metal deposits and improving the drill and blast process.
Mining Russia 2011 (http://www.russiamining.com) will bring together speakers from around the world, including:
- Yuriy Doroshenko, General Director, Zabgok - Yuriy Reutov, General Director, Zhireken GOK - Alexander Davydov, General Director, Novoorlovsky GOK - Andrey Kudryavtsev, General Director, PPGHO - Valeriy Gurevich, Deputy General Director, Artel Baldzha - Mikhail Titov, General Director, GAZIMUR - Alexander Golovanov, General Director, Rudnik Aprelkovo - Vitaliy Savchenko, Deputy General Director for Production, Polymetal - Vladimir Belin, President, NOEE, Russia's National Organisation of Explosive Engineers - Paul Maslowskiy, General Director, Petropavlovsk
The Mining Output Optimisation Russia programme is available for download at http://www.russiamining.com
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Mining Output Optimisation Russia is sponsored by Atlas Copco, Orica, Halco and Robit Rocktools and is supported by Russia's NOEE (National Association of Explosives Engineers).
SOURCE Mining IQ