Mining in Queensland has recently been given a huge stimulus in the form of new jobs for the BHP sites that litter the sunshine state. This wave of mining resurgence will have a positive impact on the Queensland Engineering and Mining Expo 2018, which is already one of the most established industry expos within the state.
The year plus countdown until the next QME will give the Queensland mining industry some time to adapt and develop to this year’s changes. The Expo, which has earned its reputation for engaging and directing industry specialists and leaders, has grown with the industry and will return next year with an air of re-invigoration.
The 2016 outing combined hundreds of mining tool and supply producers, exhibiting and showcasing their latest technical devices and solutions to crowds of engineers, site managers, superintendents and procurement staff. The event flooded the Mackay Showgrounds with an endless bag of mining tricks and machines.
Becoming an industry market the QME has worked to improve its utility. With the addition of live demonstrations, networking opportunities and educative events, Queensland’s biggest mining expo can now reach even broader markets. The expo has refocused on developing professional skills, educating the industry and powering business portfolios.
QME caters to all tiers of mining professionals. From decision-makers to machinery operators, the expo offers services to every sector that operates within the mining field. The diversity of mining work means that even those involved within agriculture, construction and manufacturing industries may find a reason to attend QME. The space within the venue however is limited, so any interested companies should register at the QME exhibitor site to avoid disappointment.
From the QME site: Registration is required for all trade visitors, and a Visitor Badge must be worn at all times.
Entry to QME is permitted to trade visitors on the condition that they do not attempt to canvass products or services whilst visiting the exhibition. Any visitor attempting to canvass QME exhibitors or visitors will be asked to leave.
All student groups must pre-register to gain entry to QME.
Student times are between 10am – 1pm on Wednesday 27 July only.
QME is strictly a trade business event and it is not open to the general public.
To register student groups contact Amy Schwab: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 9422 2955.
For trade visitors with children, please visit the registration desk at the entrance of the event to sign a disclaimer form before entering the exhibition to acquire an ‘Accompanied Guest’ pass for your child(ren).
No children are permitted under the age of 14 unless accompanied by an adult.
Check the QME website closer to the date for details on facility parking and public access.
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