|Venue:||Olympic Hotel, Tehran /Tehran-Iran|
Iran International Aluminium Conference 2016 will be held on 10th – 12th May, 2016 at Tehran.
All Iranian aluminum industries and related companies will participate in this unique exhibition and more than 30 international companies are expected to present their technology, services and product dedicated to the aluminum and related industries. IIAC 2016 exhibition provides an overview on the entire aluminum industry in Iran.IIAC20 conference focuses on aluminum from minerals to the end products and will cover the interests of people of various backgrounds. It would be the time for aluminum industries from Iran and various other countries to meet and discuss about the aluminum market and business and probably tie up the business with the establishment of new aluminum plants in the region. This event provides a platform to the engineers and researchers from academic institutions and industries to evolve a collective approach to work towards meeting the present and future demands of the aluminum industry. All Iranian aluminum industries and related companies will participate in this unique exhibition and more than 30 international companies are expected to present their technology, services and product dedicated to the aluminum and related industries.
Welcome to IIAC20
Cheap energy & unique position in the Persian Gulf region has made Iran a perfect spot for Aluminium Smelting in the past few decades.
Not only the upstream production in Iran clarifies the rate of Aluminium growth in this country but the downstream industry has also been noticeable.
According to the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO), Iran is the 20th largest Aluminium producer in the world and needs the extra supplies to meet demand which is growing by 10 percent
Iran produced 338000 tons of Aluminium in 2012 and is aiming for 770000 tons in 2016 and 1.5 million tons by 2025 (IMIDRO is on the way to changing its target production goal from 1.5 million tons to 5 million tons per annual). Investing 8.5 billion Euros ($11.4 billion) to quadruple production by 2025, is only a small part of Iran’s Aluminium growth plan in the future.
Considering the global economic crisis spread worldwide, the development of the Aluminium industry has been mind breaking and in need of a specified “guideline”.