Reed Exhibitions are the brains behind some of Australia’s very best expos and will bring their biennial mining exhibition, AIMEX, back to the Sydney Showgrounds in August 2017. The premiere mining event will bring together Australian and international suppliers, manufacturers and buyers of mining technology, equipment and services.
AIMEX will spread live mining demonstrations, exhibitions, conferences and discussions across the three day event. The demonstration program for 2017 features the latest products and technology within the mining industry, giving attendees an opportunity to see how experts put the features to use, while being able to engage with the products themselves.
The AIMEX conferences will address a number of issues that are pressing the mining industry. Through its completely free-to-attend program, the conferences will also give mining leaders, consultants, managers, equipment and service suppliers, as well ground level operators the opportunity to speak about developments in mining operational techniques. The program has been tailored to suit visitors from any mining occupation, within any national or international mining site.
Over the course of the event the AIMEX speakers will address the future of mining and mining innovation, underground mining and surface mining. Within these header topics, there will be specific discourse on Longwall, conveyor, caving technology, drill and blast, haulage, geotechnical issues, pit design, energy efficiency and safety. If you would like to join the event as a speaker, AIMEX is currently accepting abstracts and submissions can be made through the exhibition’s call for abstracts page.
AIMEX will create a tangible marketplace to give professionals some perspective on the products available to the market, and allow attendees to come in contact with new ideas on mining efficiency through an open forum of networking and exchanging ideas.
AIMEX is a mining exhibition that’s handled with care and finesse. The 2007 Show won the EEAA Award for Best Trade Show over 10,000 square metres. And since then, the show has only been getting better, reaching close to 7,000 visitors over the 2015 event. Among the exhibitors, 69% were ‘somewhat satisfied’ to ‘completely satisfied’ with their experience at AIMEX.
Prospective businesses looking to put their products in front of a concentrated mining audience can register for AIMEX 2017 at the show’s exhibiting page.
AIMEX is a free to attend trade show. However, visitors must be registered online through the AIMEX register to visit page.
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Train services operated by Sydney Trains to and from Olympic Park Station:
Sydney Buses operates direct bus services to Sydney Olympic Park from a number of locations including Lidcombe, Strathfield and Parramatta.
Route 525 – Parramatta Station to Burwood Station via Newington, Rydalmere, UWS Nepean Campus, Sydney Olympic Park Station and Strathfield.
Route 526 – Rhodes to Burwood via Wentworth Point, Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf, Sydney Olympic Park Station and Strathfield.
Route 401 – Lidcombe Station to Sydney Olympic Park Station via Lidcombe.
Sydney Ferries run a daily service between Circular Quay and Paramatta stopping at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf. To travel to Sydney Showground, visitors must also catch a connecting bus – route 526.
To plan your trip and get the latest travel information visit www.transportnsw.info.
Sydney Olympic Park is easily approached by road, with the M4, Victoria Road and Parramatta Road in close proximity. Click here to use the map to plan your route.
Parking is easy with 10,000 car parking spaces available at Sydney Olympic Park.
We recommend you pre-book parking if you plan to visit AIMEX. Casual parking is available for $5 per hour or $25 per day maximum. Bring change for coin operated parking machines.
The closest parking station to Sydney Showground is P1, P5 and P6, please visit Sydney Olympic Park Parking for more information.
P1 is situated a short 7 minutes walk from the entrance to AIMEX.
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