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MMG is a proud member of a number of business and resources organisations.

Australia China Business Council

The Australia China Business Council (ACBC) is the premier business organisation in Australia dedicated to promoting business and trade with the People’s Republic of China.

ACBC is a membership-based organisation, with branches in New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia providing business-focused information and events for members in all industries.

With China’s continuing strong economic growth, there are many significant opportunities for Australian and Chinese businesses to create lasting and highly valuable commercial partnerships.

Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM)

The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (The AusIMM) represents more than 12 500 members drawn from all sections of the industry and provides services to professionals engaged in all facets of the global minerals sector. With a focus on providing leadership and opportunities to minerals industry professionals, the AusIMM delivers an ongoing program of professional development services to ensure our members are supported throughout their careers, enabling them to provide high-quality professional input to industry and the community.

Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia

The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME) is the peak resources sector representative body in Western Australia.

The role of CME is to champion the Western Australian resources sector and assist it in achieving its vision to lead the world in sustainable practice through innovation and to underpin Australia’s position in the global economy.

DRC Chamber of Mines

The Chamber of Mines is an established structure within the Federation of enterprises of Congo (FEC), to drive the work on the mining sector in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It replaced the National Mining Commission on March 24, 2011, after the revision of the FEC statutes, in order to align it with other associations of mining companies within the SADC region.

Charles Kyona, MMG Secretary General, have taken the lead in the Chamber of Mines in September 2016.

International Council of Mining and Metals

The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) was established in 2001 to act as a catalyst for performance improvement. Today, the ICMM brings together 23 mining and metals companies as well as 35 national and regional mining associations and global commodity associations to maximize the contribution of mining, minerals and metals to sustainable development.

International Zinc Association

The International Zinc Association (IZA) was founded in 1990 and is a non-profit organisation based in Brussels, Belgium. IZA has regional offices in China, Europe, Latin America, North America, Middle East and Southern Africa.

IZA is the only global industry association dedicated exclusively to the interests of zinc and its users. Operating internationally and locally through its regional affiliates, IZA helps sustain the long-term global demand for zinc and its markets by promoting such key end uses as corrosion protection for steel and the essentiality of zinc in human health and crop nutrition.

Melbourne Mining Club

The Melbourne Mining Club is a not-for-profit organisation formed to promote the minerals industry and offer a networking forum for those with an interest in the sector.

Minerals Council of Australia

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) represents Australia’s exploration, mining and minerals processing industry, nationally and internationally, in its contribution to sustainable development and society. MCA member companies produce more than 85% of Australia’s annual mineral output.

The MCA’s strategic objective is to advocate public policy and operational practice for a world-class industry that is safe, profitable, innovative, environmentally and socially responsible, attuned to community needs and expectations.

Queensland Resources Council

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) is a not-for-profit peak industry body representing the commercial developers of Queensland’s minerals and energy resources.

QRC works to secure an environment conducive to the long-term sustainability of minerals and energy sectors in Queensland.

General Manager Queensland Operations Mark Adams sits on the Queensland Resources Council Board.

Tasmanian Minerals Council

The Tasmanian Minerals Council is the representative organisation for the exploration, mining and mineral processing industries in Tasmania.

The Council counts among its members all of the main mines and mineral processing operations. In addition, a range of companies and individuals who provide goods and services to the minerals industry are members of the Minerals Council.

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