As the Polish coal market reaches a turning point, it's time to adapt
The Polish coal industry has been in a state of limbo for years, with mines constantly changing ownership and being put through never-ending restructuring plans.
But with a brand new government now in place and more opportunities than ever before for private investment, some resolutions could finally be achieved in 2016.
Learn more about the changes in the industry and meet the industry's top producers, traders and end users at the 4th Coaltrans Poland.
At the 4th Coaltrans Poland, find out...
1. What does Europe's largest coal producer, Kompania Weglowa, have planned under its new management?
2. What are coal buyers like EDF, Fortum Electricity and ArcelorMittal really looking for in the current market?
3. The latest on projects by private investors including BALAMARA Resources and HMS Bergbau
4. How competitive can Polish coal be in Europe in light of events in Ukraine and at COP21?
Don’t just take our word for it, hear what past delegates have to say:
“A very well organised and interesting conference, disclosing different aspects of the coal market all over the world.” – Alexander Makarov, Alfa-Bank
“A must attend event for all coal professionals.” – Orhun Draman, GTA Mining and Trade Ltd
“This was an excellent event for strengthening our network and identifying business opportunities.” – Ryosuke Kontani, MC Resources Trade & Logistics Co.
“Coaltrans provided an excellent platform to network, listen to and interact with eminent personalities.” – Dileeph Kottekkat Velayundan, Aditya Birla Group