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Metso introduce new global webinar series


‘Packed with Performance’ webinar series offers experts insights into the mining and aggregates industries

METSO have introduced a new global webinar series ‘Packed with Performance’ with dedicated streams for mining and aggregates customers. Starting this month, the webinar series will cover topics related to customer challenges, processes, and applications in these industries.

‘With the webinar series, we will help mining and aggregate industry professionals to perform to their best and to become stronger and more resilient at any given time. We want to ensure access to our experts and expertise no matter what,’ said Sami Takaluoma, president of Metso’s Minerals Consumables business area.

The comprehensive approach includes practical tips as well as sessions dedicated to launches and keynote webinars. Participants are welcome to take part and ask questions during a dedicated Q&A session at the end of each webinar.

The mining series kicks off with five initial topics, starting on Wednesday 20 May. Sessions will cover key issues in the mining industry today such as tailings management and remote monitoring capabilities, with select sessions available in Spanish and Portuguese as well as English. Metso invite mining operators and partners to take part in these webinars by registering at:

The first webinar for aggregates customers on Tuesday 26 May will focus on safety and crushing plant hazards. Metso invite people working in the aggregate industry to take part in the webinars by registering at, where it is also possible to explore upcoming topics and get to know to the experts.

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