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Commercial Impacts of Soda Ash Technologies
*Introducing two new modules*
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
The IHS Markit Soda Ash workshop is the only workshop offering a broad understanding of soda ash technologies and their commercial impact on the global soda ash industry.
The course will include reviews of technologies, product quality, sources of competitive advantage and discussion of global and regional technological trends and discontinuities that are impacting trade and profitability.
New modules for the soda ash training workshop 2017:
NEW: Natural soda ash module presented by Lyle Nehls, former Director of Technology for FMC Corporation’s Alkali Chemicals Division. Lyle Nehls will share his knowledge about the mining sector from his 39 years at FMC.
NEW: Soda ash in China presented by IHS Markit China expert Ethan Jiang. This will include a new discussion on the intricacies of producing soda ash in this dynamic market, synergies between plants, and the significance of environmental regulation (instruction in Mandarin with simultaneous translation to English).
The five main sections of this Workshop are:
Why you should attend: This full-day workshop will equip you with the foundational knowledge to make the best buying decision. With new capacity coming onstream in Turkey, changes taking place in urea in China, and shipping costs in flux, what is the most cost effective source of soda ash? How will logistics changes affect your costs? What are the implications of changing urea costs, particularly on synthetic production in Europe? What is happening in China and U.S.?
Attend this interactive workshop to build on your knowledge of soda ash, and meet the experts face to face, and meet customers, producers, logistics experts, regulators, industry associations and others.
Delegates will receive:
Participants to the workshop are reminded that anti-competitive agreements, practices and behaviours are prohibited under EU laws and that it is the responsibility of each participant to ensure compliance with such anti-competition laws throughout the duration of the workshop.