Greater Sudbury is home to the world’s largest integrated mining industrial complex with nine operating mines, two mills, two smelters, a nickel refinery and over 300 mining supply and service companies. This advantage has given rise to a great deal of innovation and early adoption of new technologies that are often developed and tested locally for global export.
Resilient. Innovative. Growing.
These are all words that describe our local mining industry, despite a very tough economic year brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Brian Bigger
City of Greater Sudbury
Bringing Leading Mining Solutions to the World
The City of Greater Sudbury and northern Ontario municipalities are bringing leading mining solutions to a global market.
MINExpo, the world’s largest mining trade show, will take place September 13 to 15 in Las Vegas Nevada.
MineConnect executive director Marla Tremblay will represent Ontario’s North Economic Development Corporation (ONEDC) on behalf of Greater Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins, North Bay and Thunder Bay.
Learn about MineConnect members and the essential role they play in advancing the mining sector as suppliers of choice.
Greater Sudbury will have a strong presence as part of the ONEDC exhibitor space with North America’s highest concentration of mining expertise.
More than 300 local mining supply and service companies employ over 12,000 people and generate approximately $4 billion in annual exports. Read more about the world’s largest integrated mining complex in Greater Sudbury.
Suppliers of Choice to the world. A membership-based association, MineConnect provides the competitive edge mining companies and members are looking for in both domestic and international markets. Learn more about the benefits of being a part of this powerful network of companies.