Registration for ABM WEEK 2017, the largest technical-scientific event in Latin America in the areas of metallurgy, materials, and mining, is now open. The third edition of this event offers a unique opportunity for industry professionals to share knowledge and update themselves on new corporate trends and practices.
With a wide-ranging, diversified schedule, the event will take place between October 2nd and 6th at Pro Magno Centro de Eventos in São Paulo. Participants will have access to panels, round table discussions, and technical sessions, as well as tributes, awards, and cocktails.
At the center of the discussions will be hot topics such as the 4th industrial revolution and additive manufacturing. Strategies will also be discussed to help companies overcome important challenges, such as the Brazilian logistics infrastructure and innovation management.
Registration can be made through the ABM WEEK 2017 website. Professionals associated with ABM receive special discounts on the registration fee. Teachers, students, and employees of sponsoring companies and those affiliated with the entity are also eligible for reduced rates. All categories are 20% off until August 15th.
Chain in synergy
The Week will promote strong synergy between the links in the production chain, bringing together 11 of the Association’s traditional events: 72nd Annual Congress, 18th Mining, 47th Ironmaking, 5th Agglomeration, 48th Steelmaking, 54th Rolling, 36th Logistic, 21st Automation & IT, 38th Energy, 32nd Industrial Gases and 17th Enemet – National Meeting of Metallurgical, Materials and Mining Engineering Students.
ABM WEEK 2017 relies on the sponsorship of the following companies Açokorte, Anglo American, Aperam, ArcelorMittal, Ardokum, Atomat, Beda, BRC, CBMM, Cisdi, Danieli do Brasil, DDMX, Gerdau, Hamon, Ibar, Imerys, Lechler, Magnesita, NSK, Paul Wurth, PML Petersen Matex, Primetals, PSI Metals, Pyrotek, Reframax, RHI, RIP, Russula, Saint-Gobain, SMS Group, Spraying Systems, Suncoke, Tecnosulfur, Thyssenkrupp, Timken do Brasil, Unifrax, Usiminas, Vamtec, Veolia, Vesuvius, Viridis e White Martins.