26 February - 01 March 2019
London, UK

Argus Metals Week

Uniting the metals supply chain for over 10 years

  • accurate contract agreements

    250+ senior industry participants

  • implement pricing models

    30+ hours of networking

  • reduce risk

    60+ speakers giving exclusive insights

The flagship Argus Metals Week conference is recognised as the event calendar highlight for the international metals market, allowing you to meet key industry stakeholders from North and South America, China, Australia, Japan, Russia and India.

Now in its eleventh year, Argus Metals Week 2019 will bring you expert insight across four days of dedicated presentations, compelling talks; and over thirty hours of networking at our conference dinner, drinks reception and extended coffee and lunch breaks.

Join us for a multidisciplinary perspective of key challenges in the metals market place and take part in shaping the future of the metals industry with over 250 key representatives including mining companies, producers, manufacturers, and traders.

Register by 14 December to save up to £200

 

Benefit from

  • 35+ countries in a truly global audience

    Join our international audience from North and South America, China, Australia, Japan, Russia and India.
  • 160+ international companies

    Argus Metals Week is your opportunity to do business with international organisations from across the metals supply chains.
  • 30+ hours of networking

    Your platform to cement relationships and build future collaborations at the conference drinks reception, dinner and extended coffee and lunch breaks.
  • 250+ industry participants

    Join our growing community of senior decision makers for the industry calendar highlight of 2019.
  • 60+ influential speakers

    Hear exclusive case-studies and keynote presentations from an international panel of speakers.

Your breakdown of Argus Metals Week 2019

Metals markets

With a new focus on battery materials, the popular Battery conference is your platform to explore critical developments in an ever changing landscape. Join us in London hear a special keynote address from Sumitomo Corporation and network with senior industry experts and decisions makers from across the copper, cobalt, graphite, manganese, lithium and alternative energy supply chains.

Metals

Drawing insight from more end users than ever before, SnWTa will offer a fully enhanced learning agenda with new topics on niobium, tin and tantalum. Expert speakers include NEC Tokin Corporation, Global Tungsten & Powders and Traxys.

Metals markets

The flagship NiCoMo event has grown to become a truly international learning and networking platform for metals professionals from across the nickel, cobalt, molybdenum, chrome / ferro-chrome, steel and stainless steel, alloys and catalysts supply chains. The agenda for 2019 has been carefully tailored with a leading advisory board to provide a new focus on silicon metals, ferro-manganese and ferro-nickel. Don't miss exclusive updates from Renault, Pratt & Whitney, Stratton Metals and more.

Download your brochure

Download your brochure for: • A detailed agenda on THREE events comprising Argus Metals Week: Battery Materials, SnWTa and NiCoMo • Keynote presentations from OEMs, manufacturers and national mining corporations • An attendee breakdown by country and industry activity • Packages to showcase your products and services through sponsorship and branding opportunities

Companies who attend

5N Plus Belgium ∙ A & L Resources ∙ A & M Minerals ∙ A & R Merchants ∙ AB BUSINESS COMPANY BV ∙ Absolute Resources ∙ Access World (Vlissingen) ∙ ACI Industries ∙ Advaita Trade DMCC ∙ Advanced Alloy Services ∙ Advanced Material Japan Corporation ∙ African Villages ∙ Albemarle ∙ Alfred H Knight International ∙ Almonty Industries ∙ ALTICHEM ∙ Amalgamet ∙ AMG Brasil and AMG Mineração ∙ AMG Superalloys ∙ AMMS ∙ AMPERE ALLOYS ∙ AMPI SRL ∙ Andurand Capital ∙ Anglo American ∙ Aperam Sourcing ∙ AREVA MINES ∙ ARKEDIA ∙ Asia Tungsten Products (Vietnam) ∙ Atlas Copco Secoroc ∙ Australian Zirconia ∙ AVAS ∙ Avon Metals ∙ AVX ∙ Axens ∙ Azurite Trading ∙ BalticFerrum OÜ ∙ BASF ∙ Betek ∙ Better Chain ∙ BGR ∙ Blue Line ∙ Bluestone Metals & Chemicals ∙ BNP Paribas ∙ BTG Pactual Commodities (Singapore) ∙ Buffalo Tungsten ∙ Bundesanstalt fuer Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe ∙ C. Steinweg ∙ CBMM ∙ CCMA ∙ Certified Alloy Products ∙ Clariant International ∙ Climax Molybdenum ∙ CM Chemiemetall ∙ CMOC Marketing & Sales ∙ Cogne Acciai Speciali ∙ Colonial Metals ∙ Cronimet ∙ Cunico Marketing FZE ∙ Darton Commodities ∙ DCX Chrome ∙ Destimet Green Services ∙ Dorfner Anzaplan ∙ DUBAL INTERNATIONAL ∙ Earth Resources ∙ Eisenlegierungen ∙ ELG Haniel Metals ∙ ELG Utica Alloys ∙ EMSA TECNOLOGÍA QUIMICA ∙ Epiroc Drilling Tools ∙ EPM ∙ Erasteel - VALDI ∙ ERG Sales Africa ∙ ETHORE SA ∙ Eurasian Resources Group ∙ Euromet ∙ EUROTUNGSTENE POUDRE ∙ Eutectix ∙ Exotech ∙ Federal Carbide ∙ Federal Institute for Geosciences und Natural Resources ∙ FMC - Lithium Division ∙ Freeport Cobalt ∙ G E Chaplin ∙ GE Aviation ∙ German Mineral Resources Agency DERA at BGR ∙ Thomson Reuters ∙ Glencore ∙ Global Advanced Metals ∙ Global Tungsten & Powders ∙ Greystone Alloys ∙ Grondmet ∙ Gunvor Singapore ∙ H.C. Starck Tungsten ∙ Haldor Topsoe ∙ Handelsbanken Asset Management ∙ Hempel Intermétaux ∙ Hobre Instruments ∙ Hoganas ∙ Honda ∙ HSS Recycling ∙ Hudson Metal & Alloy ∙ HUMKU ∙ Hunter Chemical ∙ ICD Alloys & Metals ∙ ICD Europe Limited ∙ ICoNiChem ∙ Indus Capital Advisors ∙ Intermeteaux ∙ International Cobalt Company ∙ International Tungsten Industry Association ∙ Intl FC Stone ∙ Jean Goldschmidt International ∙ JGI-Hydrometal ∙ JOGMEC ∙ Johnson Matthey ∙ JX Nippon Mining and Metals ∙ Karl Simon GmbH & Co KG ∙ KEMET Corporation ∙ King Island Scheelite ∙ Less Common Metals ∙ Leverton ClarkE ∙ Liberty Commodities ∙ Lipman Walton ∙ LME ∙ London Chemicals & Resources ∙ M M Ceramics and Ferro Alloys ∙ M&I Materials ∙ Masan Resources ∙ MBR Metals ∙ Metal Do C. ∙ Metalink Metals ∙ Metallica Commodities ∙ Metal-Tech ∙ Metalysis ∙ Metraco NV ∙ Mexichem ∙ Minchem ∙ Minmetals ∙ Mitsubishi ∙ Mitsui & Co. ∙ Molymet ∙ Nicomet Industries ∙ Nile ∙ Nizi ∙ Noble Resources ∙ Nordmet Invest ∙ Norilsk Nickel ∙ Northcliff Resources ∙ Novitera ∙ Nui Phao Mining ∙ OMCD SpA ∙ Orion Metal Trade ∙ Outokumpu Nirosta ∙ Pacorini Metals Vlissingen ∙ Pantos Logistics ∙ Peter Cole ∙ Plansee Group ∙ Polymet ∙ Portal Capital ∙ Powmet ∙ Precision Castparts - Caledonian Alloys ∙ Prince Minerals ∙ Qualivinyl SA ∙ Rasill ∙ RC Inspection Metals ∙ Rio Tinto London ∙ Rochoet ∙ Rock Tech Lithium ∙ Rocky Mountain Metals ∙ Roskill ∙ S&P Global Market Intelligence ∙ Saft Batteries ∙ Saloro ∙ Savannah Resources ∙ Saxony Minerals and Exploration ∙ Shaanxi Head-Moly Industry ∙ SNL Metals & Mining ∙ Sovereign International Metals & Alloys ∙ Specialty Metals Resources ∙ SRK Consulting ∙ Stadler Metalle ∙ Sumitomo ∙ Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center (T.I.C.) ∙ Thor Mining ∙ ThyssenKrupp Metallurgical Products ∙ Tikomet ∙ TMT Metals ∙ Todd Minerals and Coal ∙ Todini and Co. ∙ Transamine ∙ Tranzact ∙ Traxys ∙ TTP Squared ∙ Tungco ∙ UMICORE ∙ Vale ∙ Vasily Kuznetsov ∙ Weartech ∙ Wogen Resources ∙ Wolfram ∙ Wood Mackenzie ∙ and more