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MRAI: focus on India’s scrap metals progress

India – The Metal Recycling Association of India (MRAI) will organise its third International Indian Metals Recycling Conference on 22 and 23 January 2016 in Delhi.

The event, which is thought to attract over 1000 delegates from across the world, will give an update on India’s automotive sector as well as trends on the stainless steel market and the plans to expand domestic secondary steel by 2020. The programme will feature speakers from , the Bureau of International Recycling, the US Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Bureau of Middle East Recycling and the Indian government.

A welcome cocktail and dinner will give attendees the opportunity to network and to socialise with business partners. Ahead of the conference on 21 January, there will also be an exclusive President’s dinner for the keynote speakers.

MRAI is the trade body in India for ferrous, non-ferrous and alloy processors, importers, traders, consumers and machinery manufacturers, with headquarters in Mumbai. With Delhi as a backdrop, the infamous Taj Mahal palace and the Red Fort are amongst top regional landmarks.


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