MINExpo postponed to 2021

By |  May 14, 2020
The last MINExpo took place in 2016. Photo: National Mining Association

The last MINExpo took place in 2016. Photo: National Mining Association

MINExpo International 2020, slated for the Las Vegas Convention Center from Sept. 28-30, is postponed until September 2021 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The show is typically held every four years. Show organizers plan to keep MINExpo in Las Vegas next year.

According to the organizers, they are working with event partners to identify and secure the necessary exhibition facilities and hotel accommodations for a successful event in 2021. New dates will be announced once the logistical arrangements are set.

“The National Mining Association (NMA), the MINExpo International 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 our event partners in Las Vegas,” writes Moya Phelleps and Katie Coon of NMA in a letter to MINExpo 2020 exhibitors. “The advance of COVID-19 around the world has made holding the show in September 2020 impracticable under the circumstances.”

The MINExpo 2020 floorplan, as it is currently laid out, will be transferred to the new dates in 2021, NMA adds. Exhibitors who contracted space for the 2020 show will have the same space for 2021.

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