It brings together the key players from the mining and construction industries and presents all relevant technologies and trends of the steel and coal industry. This makes bauma the ideal setting for successful business in mining.
More than one fifth of all bauma participants in 2016 was from the mining sector. 684 exhibitors and 138,929 visitors used the event to establish new contacts and close deals. Thus, the world’s leading trade fair—which is the most important presentation and business platform of the steel and coal industry—also takes the global lead in mining.
The trend? Upwards. Given the development of raw material prices and the positive outcomes of mining companies around the world, the industry expects solid growth after a stabilization and recovery phase. The increasing demand for mining equipment will also be reflected at bauma: Europe is considered the leading equipment supplier to the worldwide mining industry.
How can this predicted upswing be utilized? What other potentials can be seen? The key sector bauma Mining will answer these and many other questions.
From financing projects and occupational safety to remote control and the change towards surface mining—the topics are wide and varied. And digitization will receive special attention as the industry still finds itself at the very beginning here. That is why we place emphasis on synergies and best practice examples from the construction machinery sector.
Speaking of potentials: at bauma 2019, all eyes will be on Canada. An ideal opportunity to gain in-depth insights into the world’s seventh largest construction machinery market and to break new business grounds. The volume of the mining and construction industries currently is EUR 218 billion. Benefit from the direct contact to exhibitors and delegates of our partner country.