Several networking events are arranged each year that interface with MABC and the Western Mine Maintenance Association (WMMA), providing the opportunity to network with mine operators and mine suppliers. They are well attended by senior staff of mining operations and head offices.
- Spring Fling – Dinner and Auction Function
- Bob Hallbauer Memorial Golf Tournament
- Western Mine Maintenance Association Reception
- Pre-festive Mining Reception, MSABC/MABC and all involved/interested in mining
We also support a series of networking business luncheons throughout the year in communities outside of the lower mainland.
Your company profile and contact information will be included in the annual printed MSABC Membership Directory, which is sent to each MABC member head office and each operating mine in BC. Your company profile and a link to your website will be also posted to our website. MSABC will also promote member company news through social media.
Weekly News Updates
Activities of BC registered mining firms, locally as well as off-shore, are reported. Material is gathered from their news releases, magazine publications and various news media across Canada. It is condensed and lists the date, source, firm name, headline and a line or two of “solid” information. We provide a link to their web site and telephone number for further information and follow up.
The weekly email is emailed to all MSABC members and B.C. mining companies (head office and operations). Also included are non-B.C. registered firms with activities in western Canada.
Each year we publish a list of all key personnel for metal mines, coal operations and industrial quarries, including their names, titles, and contact information. This is only available to members.
Beginning in 2013, Project intelligence on selected major BC exploration projects will be available to MSABC members on our website. This will include details on the proposed mine type, status reports, such as drilling results, and key project contact information.
Throughout the year we receive requests for products or services both locally and worldwide. Often we are asked how to enter the market, in which case it is not uncommon to recommend obtaining a local distributor. These requests are passed on to our members with that particular expertise.
As a member of MSABC your company will be recognized as a key contributor to the campaign to promote a sustainable mining industry in BC.