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Kerman to Host 2 Int’l Mining Expos Next Week
Kerman to Host 2 Int’l Mining Expos Next Week
Thursday, June 21, 2018

Kerman to Host 2 Int’l Mining Expos Next Week

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Kerman to Host 2 Int’l Mining Expos Next Week

The Sixth International Exhibition of Mining, Mineral Industries and Mineral Processing as well as the Fourth International Exhibition of Mining and Road Construction Machinery will be held concurrently from June 24-27 at Kerman’s International Exhibition Center.
Some 120 domestic and 20 foreign companies are expected to showcase their latest products and services in the fields of mining, including exploration, extraction, processing, export, investment and machinery at the upcoming events.
Companies from Germany, Italy, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, China, Switzerland, Sweden and Japan are scheduled to attend, ILNA reported.
 

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