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Fundación Chile and AHK Chile sign a mining technology transfer agreement

An agreement was signed during the German-Chilean Business Forum 2018 to facilitate innovation and technology transfer between providers in Germany and customers in Chile. AHK Chile and Fundación Chile’s innovation program “Expande” aim to provide a point of contact for commercial exchanges (Figure 1). To this end, AHK Chile will provide a network of contacts with the German industry and ...

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Joint German Stand at Exponor mining fair

Every two years Chile hosts the Exponor international trade fair in the mining region’s capital, Antofagasta. This year from the 15th to 19th May, more than 1,000 exhibitors from 30 countries received over 40,000 visitors. The German-Chilean Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AHK Chile) participated for the 3rd time with a joint German pavilion, presenting 35 exhibitors: 17 from Germany ...

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Internationale Entwicklungen im Bergbau: Marktchancen, aktuelle Projekte & Unterstützung für Lausitzer Unternehmen

Die wirtschaftlichen Kompetenzen in der Lausitz liegen vor allem im Bereich der Rohstoffförderung, des damit verbundenen Anlagenbaus, der Lade- und Transporttechnik, der Automatisierungstechnik sowie diverser weiterer damit verbundener Dienstleistungen und Zulieferungen sowie der Energieerzeugung aus der Braunkohle. Derzeit wird die Zukunft der Lausitz vor dem Hintergrund der Energiewende intensiv diskutiert. Neben der Suche nach Lösungen für die Zeit nach dem ...

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„Mining meets Environment“: IV. German-Chilean Forum for Mining and Mineral Resources in Santiago

Mining was one of the main topics of the VI. German-Chilean Business Summit “On the way to industry 4.0”, which took place on the 24th of November 2015 in Santiago. The conference was organized by the German-Chilean Chamber of Commerce and Industry and counted with the federal state North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) as partner. The event attracted more than 500 participants. ...

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