ALTA 2019 was a fantastic week and we thank all our presenters, exhibitors, sponsors, co-sponsors, partners, delegates and student volunteers for their contribution. With 451 delegates and 73 exhibition visitors, it was the biggest ALTA conference to date, with a positive energy about our industry. See you all next year at ALTA 2020 – our 25th anniversary event.
Stay tuned for the full report and photos of ALTA 2019 but in the meantime, check out these excellent recaps by Amanda Wills of Minerals Engineering International (MEI) who kindly published a daily blog: Monday, Tuesday, Conference Dinner, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
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