Monday, 13 July 2020
MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2020 is Postponed Until September 2021
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MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2020 is Postponed Until September 2021

The National Mining Association (NMA), the MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® (MINExpo) 2020 sponsor, has made its highest priority the health, well-being and safety of exhibitors, attendees, stakeholders and their respective families and colleagues, as well as MINExpo event partners in Las Vegas. The advance of COVID-19 around the world has made holding MINExpo 2020 in September impracticable under the circumstances.

Therefore, in the best interests of all concerned MINExpo will not be held in Las Vegas this September as scheduled. MINExpo, which is typically held every four years, will be postponed until September 2021. The current plan is to hold MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2021 in Las Vegas. The team are working with their event partners to identify and secure the necessary exhibition facilities and hotel accommodations in Las Vegas for a successful MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2021.

Austmine welcomes and supports this decision as the safety and health of the Australian exhibitors and delegates are of the utmost importance.

Once the logistical arrangements have been confirmed, the new dates will be announced. We hope to have this information to you in the next few weeks.

For more information please visit MINExpo's website here.


If you are interested in exhibiting at MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2021 in Las Vegas, Austmine has two booths available. Please contact for more information.

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