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  1. Extensive coverage of the mining industry value chain with detailed slide notes, illustrations & examples.
  2. Slide deck with a presentation perspective with a step by step progress & animation.
  3. Can be used for a one week to three weeks training program based on required depth of coverage.


This is an extensive slide deck (232 slides) providing a fairly deep insight into the mining industry value chain for metals & minerals. The slide points are supported by a detailed (close to ninety pages) slide note document which not only explains the points made but also provides a number of examples & illustrations. Further, for additional information, greater clarification and getting a visual perspective a number of web-links have also been provided. Even those who are not very familiar with the industry will therefore find it reasonably easy to understand the value chain processes. A glossary of terms related to the presentation has also been provided for quick reference.

The broad coverage is as follows:

1. Mining - Some Basics
2. Mining Value Chain - Top Level
3. Mining Value Chain - Prospect
4. Mining Value Chain - Explore
5. Mining Value Chain - Establish Feasibility
6. Mining Value Chain - Mine & Move
7. Mining Value Chain - Extract & Process
8. Mining Value Chain - Market & Sell
9. Mining Value Chain - Mine Closure
10. Mining Value Chain & Porter's Value Chain Model

The slide deck has been prepared with a perspective of presentation to an audience with step by step progress and use of animations. It can also be used for training on this subject with programs spanning from one week to three weeks depending upon the depth to which the slide points are covered. Shorter programs can also be done by culling the slides accordingly.

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Source: Mining Industry (Metals & Minerals) - Value Chain Insights PowerPoint document


Mining Industry (Metals & Minerals) - Value Chain Insights

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It applies to Energy, Materials, & Chemicals

File Type: PowerPoint (pptx)

File Size: 1.4 MB

Number of Slides: 232 (includes cover, transition slides)

Related Topic(s): Value Chain Analysis Mining Industry

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Initial upload date (first version): Nov 8, 2015
Most recent version published: Nov 9, 2015

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