MMH 2019

HIS MAJESTY KING FELIPE VI ACCEPTS THE PRESIDENCY OF MINING AND MINERALS HALL (MMH) HONORARY COMMITTEE

The event, holding its third edition in 2019, receives the support from the Royal House
again for its contribution as a driving force for the mining and metallurgic sector

Seville, 4 June 2019.– The Royal House has announced the organisers of Mining and Minerals
Hall (MMH), International Hall of Mining, that His Majesty King Felipe VI accepted its
Honorary Committee Presidency, for the third consecutive time since the event started off in
2015.
This fact again highlights this meeting as a driving force for the mining and metallurgy
sector. MMH has also been granted a certification issued by the Spanish Ministry of
Economy and Competitiveness as a “Trade Fair Awarded with Complete Internationality”. In
its third edition, to be held in FIBES, Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre, from 15th to
17th October 2019, MMH goes on its way as a reference point of the mining industry
worldwide by offering companies and professionals a trade networking space and a
discussion forum to share their experiences and to generate knowledge on the sector.
Knowledge which, in this new edition, revolves around technological trends in mining.
Under the direction of the Hall’s Commissioner, Javier Targhetta, the event is organised by
the Association of Research, Extraction, Mining-Metallurgic Transformation and Service
Companies (AMINER) and FIBES (Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre), with the
support from Junta de Andalucía and other relevant institutions such as CONFEDEM
(Spanish Confederation of Mining and Metallurgy Companies), the Mining Engineering
Association of the South of Spain and COMINROC (Confederation of Rock and Industrial
Mineral Extractive Industries), among others.

Objective 2019: to improve the previous edition’s results
Metallic Mining Hall’s second edition, held in 2017, delivered an increase of 10% in exhibiting
companies, visitors and participants in the technical and commercial sessions as compared
to the first edition in 2015. In all, there were more than 120 exhibiting companies, over 11,000
visitors and around 800 participants. This three-day meeting brought together relevant

professionals and experts of the sector in a scientific conference featuring around 70
scientific and technical sessions which focused on sustainability and circular economy.