Reminder: last chance to register for the Seminar in Bulk Transfer Chute Design and Modelling starting 30 May.  This is three exciting days of presentations on the theoretical side, discussions on practical issues, examination of case studies and a chance to do simulations on DEM software on your own laptop!  And you may claim three Category 1 ECSA CPD credits for attendance.  There will not be another seminar this year, so if you wish to attend, send in your registration form without delay.  Forms available on the website

International Conference and Exhibition

Beltcon 21 takes place 2 and 3 August 2023 at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park.The IMHC has another great line up of speakers and topics this year for Beltcon 21.  Keynote addresses by Prof Craig Wheeler and Wilco Uys.  Papers are listed on the website, where you will also find delegate registration forms and an application form to reserve exhibition space at the associated exhibition which is open to delegates and speakers only at Beltcon 21.


The training division has been busy this year with many extra courses being booked.  The CMA is a verified ECSA CPD Service Provider and Category 1 CPD credits may be claimed for attendance at both the 6-day Diploma course in the Design and Operation of Belt Conveyors, and the abovementioned 3-day Seminar in Bulk Transfer Chute Design and Modelling.  So if you are registered with ECSA, this will be of interest for your personal Continuous Professional Development.

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