Minerals & Metals Review, a part of the Braj Binani Group, is a prominent brand today within the metals and mining industry and has to its credit a bank of extremely successful and well organized seminars. Never the one to rest on our past laurels, we are back with a bang with our next symposium Foundry- Casting a Greener Future 2011 scheduled on 27th August 2011 in Mumbai. Ranked fourth globally for overall casting production, the Indian foundry industry produces 7 million tonnes of castings worth approximately $12 billion and exports worth $ 1.5 billions. In order to have a lion's share in the global production, Indian foundry industry is in urgent need of technology up-gradation and skill development. Increased investments, modernization of foundries, energy conservation and application of IT- enabled techniques are factors that need to be addressed for the sector to take a quantum leap.
Foundry- Casting a Greener Future 2011 is a sincere endeavour by MMR Events to bring together all experts as well as professionals under one roof to deliberate upon the challenges and opportunities faced by this industry, which can further help them make informed decisions.
Topics under contemplation :
- Importanceofgreener approachin foundry industry
- Energy efficiency to optimize profitability
Guest of Honor Address:
Session I: Energy Efficiency
- Innovative solutions to foundry industry
Session I: Technology & Quality
- Innovative equipment for foundry
- OEMsexpectationsrelated toqualityandquantityofcastings
Session III: Demand Perspective
Session IV : Environment and Operation Cost
- Optimizationofmetalrecoveryin foundry
Concluding remarks: Mr. M R Shah, Editor, Foundry Magazine