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"Mining Investment Show"
PDAC Mineral Exploration & Mining Convention is the leading convention for people, governments, companies, and organizations connected to mineral exploration. It has always been unmatched in its ability to connect participants to the international mining and exploration community and keep them informed of the latest industry news and trends through extensive programming. As the world's number one mining and investment show, PDAC will offer unparalleled access to targeted contacts, while helping to strengthen ties with new and existing partners.
Timings09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
Entry FeesPaid Ticket
Exhibit Booth Cost Starts from 2990 CADView Details
Category & TypeTrade Show
EditionsMar 2023 Interested
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PDAC International Convention, Trade Show and Investors Exchange will have exhibitors who are on the lookout for opportunities through which they can develop their business and further the growth of their business. Therefore the exhibitors of this event will be air transportation services and associations, consulting services, exploration and mining companies, insurance companies, internet services, law firms, research organizations, satellite communications, stock exchanges, software companies, laboratories and laboratory suppliers and analytical service providers, governments, publications, universities and colleges and of the many products on display, some will be drilling equipments and services, exploration and mining equipments and supplies, remote sensing and mapping systems, geophysical services and equipments and many more. In the last edition, this event brought around 354 exhibiting organizations and there were 64 provincial, federal and international governments participating in this event.