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German Pavilion at
PDAC 2020

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1 – 4 March 2020 – Toronto, Canada
Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada Annual Meeting

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About the fair

PDAC 2020
1 – 4 March 2020
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Toronto, Canada

It is a great honour for us, indeed a privilege and a pleasure, in the name of the German Federation of International Mining and Mineral Resources (FAB) to welcome one and all to the German Pavilion at 2019 PDAC in Toronto. The German pavilion, under the official sponsorship of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs & Energy in cooperation with AUMA_Association of the German Trade Fair Industry, presents a broad overview of project development, investment opportunities, the technological solutions and innovations, applications and trends in the mining field originating from the German mining and mining related industries.

Within the German Federation of International Mining and Mineral Resources there are approximately 70 member firms, having achieved long term experience in diverse mining operations in Germany and abroad.

The German mining and mining related industries are pleased to present its range of top-quality products and services to the trade visitors from the worldwide mining and mining finance industries. The companies are looking forward to providing you with detailed information about

  • International project developments with the German mining industry
  • Capacity building in mineral resources strategies
  • Mining, consulting and equipment services; geological and environmental technologies
  • Project financing

The FAB acts as a contract- and coordination point for international business partners, organizations and governmental authorities. Project enquiries are being distributed from the FAB within the network of their member companies.

We wish all parties concerned a most successful exhibition with many beneficial contacts.  

Opening hours: 9am – 5pm, last day 9am – 12noon

Statistics 2019

1 591 exhibitors

24 843 visitors

 More information about PDAC 2020 in AUMA's trade fair database

German Pavilion

The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) decides on, and supports, official participations in the Federal Republic of Germany's international trade fairs and exhibition programme.
In addition to policy and budgetary issues, the active involvement in the presentation of Germany at international fairs and exhibitions is of prime importance. In a constant dialogue with private-sector partners, the division for international/national trade fairs and exhibitions of the ministry backs the export activities of German industry on international markets.

Furthermore, the "fairs and exhibitions division" is concerned with planning and implementing German participation in world expositions abroad and with major political issues regarding fairs and exhibitions in Germany.

The Association of the German Trade Fair Industry, AUMA, represents the interests of the trade fair industry on a national and international level in dealings with parliament, ministries, authorities and other organisations.

The association organises the official German trade fair programme abroad in close cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and the Ministry of Consumer Protection, Food and Agriculture.

As part of this programme, the Federal Government provides financial assistance for German participations at foreign events, but also for independent presentations by German industry abroad.
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)
Association of the German Trade Fair Industry

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