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Each year, Asian Metal hosts its International Rare Earth Summit in strategic locales around the world, bringing together the most influential market participants to open dialogue and bring more light to the latest developments affecting the global supply chain. In New York City, Asian Metal and its analysts from across the globe will host the 5th annual International Rare Earth Summit on May 15-17, 2013.
Speakers and presenters will shed light on the quickly changing rare earth landscape in China and how other nations could rise to the challenge and address supply concerns for the industry’s long-term growth. Key government figures will be on hand to discuss a strategic review of the marketplace and how federal agencies will confront obstacles for a secure supply
A select group of mining executives will be present to discuss their development plans and how rare earth projects have been able to weather the turbulent market over the last 18 months. Meanwhile, finance experts will bring insight to the market’s longevity and how to better make sense of the emerging players outside of China.
Neodymium and other permanent magnets play a great and integral role in the development and sustainability of green technology worldwide. Several high profile leaders will open a forum to discuss the leading factors afflicting the industry, and key concerns will be addressed through an open dialogue with summit delegates. This feature of 2013’s edition of the International Rare Earth Summit will be the topic of discussion among attendees for months to come.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
06:00-08:00 pm Early Registration & Welcome / Cocktail Reception
Thursday, May 16, 2013 – (Number and length of speaker sessions is subject to change)
9:00-11:00 Registration
11:00-12:00 am Brunch
12:30-1:00 pm Ames National Laboratory
1:00-1:30 pm Avalon Rare Metals
1:30-1:50 pm Veolia ES Technical Solutions
1:50-2:20 pm Global Tungsten Powders
2:20-2:50 pm Great Western Minerals Group
2:50-3:15 pm Coffee break
3:15-3:45 pm GE Global Research
3:45-4:15 pm Tantalus Rare Earths
Specific topics to be addressed will include:
-- Government policy and effects on the global rare earth market
-- Rise of rest of world production and implications for buyers
-- Rare earth magnet trends and the latest developments
-- Changes to strategic material procurement and effects on consumers
-- Expectations from China and future policy changes
-- Green technology, automotive and rare earths
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  Non-subscribers Subscribers
After May 10
USD2,500 USD2,200
Potential for sponsorship is available through a variety of methods. Asian Metal is committed to working with companies to fit their needs and budget. To discuss opportunities on sponsoring part of the conference, contact Brandon Tirpak and/or David Schollaert at 412-880-5300, or via e-mail and/or
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Receive the greatest level of exposure to the world’s largest Rare Earth community. Official conference sponsors receive the following placement at the summit:
---Five free complimentary passes to the entire conference
---Placement of company logo on the conference webpage, conference banner, and within all official conference documents distributed to attendees
---Advertisement within conference program
---Logo placement on conference bags as well as a company insert distributed to all delegates
Contact UsMore
For more information on the conference or to answer any questions, please contact Asian Metal directly -
Asian Metal Pittsburgh Office
Tel: 412-8805301
Asian Metal London Office
Melvin Hill
Tel: 44-207-702-9994
Asian Metal Beijing Office
Vivian Pang / Maggie Lee
Tel: +86-10-59080011/22/33 Ext: 835 / 836
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