The Peruvian Institute of Mining Engineers reminded the community of contractors and suppliers that some indoor spaces are still available for the exhibition of equipment and machinery of different sizes in Pavilion 5 of EXTEMIN, one of the main attractions of PERUMIN 35.
According to the organizer, nearly a dozen 25-m2 and 50-m2 stands remain available for booking within a large 2,400 m2 enclosure, which has properly signposted accesses and some refreshment areas for the tens of thousands of visitors that will attend the Technological and Mining Exhibition Fair.
As a highlight, these commercial spots are located very close to the networking rooms, which are rooms for rent where suppliers and representatives of the country’s mining companies can strategically meet in a strictly private and conditioned space.
With the beginning of PERUMIN 35 just around the corner, the setting up of EXTEMIN is nearly complete. The fair will have 1,400 stands organized in 6 pavilions, where manufacturing and distribution companies will showcase their modern products and services to meet the requirements of mining.
It is worth noting that PERUMIN 35, one of the most important mining events in the world, will be officially launched on July 6 in Arequipa, in an event that will be attended by the members of the organizing committee, presided by Claudia Cooper, and personalities from this important mining region.
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PERUMIN is the most important mining event in Latin America. It has positioned Peru as the meeting point for the mining industry due to its high convening power, engaging international delegations, government authorities, company representatives, mining professionals and technicians, and scholars, among others. After being postponed owing to COVID-19, PERUMIN 35th edition will be held in-person in Arequipa from September 26 to 30.