Zinc College 2018
June 10-14, 2018
Zinc College is a five-day management program for the zinc industry covering all key areas of the zinc business: global supply-demand, exploration, mining and metal production, recycling, zinc markets, concentrate and metal marketing and sales, LME trading, financial analysis, environment and sustainable development including zinc in crop and health nutrition. It consists of lectures, working group sessions, networking opportunities and a visit of Boliden’s zinc smelter in Kokkola. A visit of the Terrafame mine will be organized optionally after Zinc College on June 15.
The program is targeted at managers from all areas of zinc and zinc-using companies, traders and others with an interest in zinc.
Speakers are executives from IZA member companies and experts from industry.
Zinc College 2018 will be organized by the International Zinc Association in conjunction with Boliden.
Registration will open mid-February 2018.
Zinc College Program:
The program will be available soon.
IZA-Members: USD 3,000
Non-Members: USD 5,000
Priority will be given to participants from IZA member companies.
Fees include tuition, course materials, the plant and port tours, lunches, breaks and most dinners.
IZA has reserved a block of rooms for Zinc College participants at the Original Sokos Kaarle Hotel in Kokkola. Preferential room rates start at EUR 126 standard room single occupancy. Rates include breakfast, wifi, the use of sauna and gym, as well as VAT.
Information on how to reserve your room will be provided at the end of the registration process.
Kokkola (Swedish: Karleby) is a lovely city in Central Ostrobothnia, on the coast of the Gulf of Bothnia. It is the region’s centre of commerce, research, education and culture and has an important industry – metal, chemical, engineering and shipping. Kokkola has almost 50,000 inhabitants.
The city is about 500km northwest of Helsinki. Kokkola airport is served by several direct flights per day to/from Helsinki and one flight per day to/from Stockholm.