MICROMINE Focuses on Growing Mining Market in Mexico by Participating in Key Mining Show
Thanks to large mineral reserves and a favorable business environment, Mexico is fast becoming one of the major players in the global mining industry. The 10th Seminario Minero Internacional being held 23-26 October 2012 will showcase the companies who are helping Mexico play an even bigger role.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
It's no secret that North America has the most abundant natural resources in the world. Canada and the U.S. have long been recognized for their role in the global mining sector, however, Mexico is helping to solidify that position as the world's ninth-largest mining producer. It is the world's largest producer of silver and bismuth, and the world's fifth-largest producer of lead, sixth-largest of zinc, ninth for gold and tenth for copper. Not only does Mexico's mining sector contribute to the economic well-being of its economy, but minerals are key exports and job-providers, especially after the economic downturn in 2009.
MICROMINE, also a long-time global leader in the mining software industry, is bringing its intuitive solutions to the Mexican mining industry. This week, in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, the mining world in Mexico will be gathering to learn about the latest developments in mining technology at the 10th biennial Seminario Minero Internacional organized by la Asociación de Ingenieros de Minas, Metalurgistas y Geólogos de México. To that end, MICROMINE is present to share its fully-integrated software solutions that manage and monitor every step in the mineral exploration and mining process. By implementing MICROMINE's intuitive software solutions, mining professionals can more quickly and easily manage their data in order to make management and production decisions for efficiency, productivity and safety. Companies like Timmins Mining already know the value of MICROMINE's Geobank software for managing its geological data, having just implemented the software this fall. Mining is hard work; MICROMINE's software will help to mine smarter.
Mr. Gary Curran, Business Solutions Executive, from the North American head office in Denver, CO, will be meeting with conference attendees and clients all week. He can be reached at gcurran (at) micromine (dot) com for more information about MICROMINE's state-of-the-art mining software such as Micromine, Geobank, and Pitram.
With over 12,000 clients in more than 90 countries, MICROMINE understands the software and consulting needs of exploration and mining operations around the world. Located in 18 of the world's major mineral-producing regions, their team is close to your operation to provide support in your language, in your time zone.
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