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Conference 7-9 September 2011

The Pullman Paris Montparnasse

The premier international forum for understanding

industry dynamics and uncovering market potential

Key speakers include:

Welcome address

• Philippe Varin, Chairman of the Managing Board, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France

Keynote address

• Jacynthe Côté, Chief Executive, Rio Tinto Alcan, Canada

Executive Industry Panel

• Christel Bories, CEO, Constellium, France

• Jean-Philippe Puig, President Primary Metal – Europe, Middle East & Africa, Rio Tinto Alcan, France

• Vladislav Soloviev, First Deputy CEO, RUSAL, Russia

• Mohamed E Nagib, Executive Vice President - Operations, Dubal, UAE

Speaker/panelists

• Wang Xiaodong, General Manager, Henan Shenhuo Aluminium Co Ltd, China

• Richard H Jones, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency, France

• Laurent Schmitt, CEO, Aluminium Bahrain, Bahrain

• Martin Abbott, Chief Executive, London Metal Exchange, UK

• Roeland Baan, CEO Europe & Asia, Aleris, Switzerland

• Tadeu Nardocci, Senior VP, Novelis, and President, Novelis Europe, Switzerland

• Elmar Luetjen, Head of Procurement Materials Aluminium, Airbus Operations GmbH, Germany

“The expertise and vast variation of the industry make a good

mix for exchange of business”

Adel Hamad, CEO, Gulf Aluminium Rolling Mill

“Excellent event for networking and updating oneself

with market and technology related information”

Kamal Prakash, Managing Director, Unimark International

Register ONLINE

before 15 July 2011

& SAVE

€300

Lead sponsor

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PLUS!

Pre-conference

field trips to RTA’s

Dunkerque smelter,

Constellium’s Neuf-

Brisach rolling mill and

Airbus Toulouse

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Production vs. Consumption LME Price vs. Stock

(‘000 tonnes)

As we move through 2011, the outlook for aluminium

appears to be improving despite the record inventories –

some 4.7m tonnes in LME warehouses alone –

overhanging the marketplace. Strong demand growth in

China and elsewhere is underpinning prices, with values

trending upwards from around $2400 at the start of 2010

to over $2600 mid-year, and analysts forecasting an

average price for the year of $2600-2700 per tonne.

Continued healthy demand will be needed to eat into the

inventory mountain; much will also depend on how tightly

LME warehouse stocks are held and whether measures

are taken to make this material more easily accessible by

metal users. In the meantime – and with good offtake

across the market segments – strong physical premiums

will continue to be a feature.

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Production Consumption

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Source: Metal Bulletin Research

Metal Bulletin Events has put together a top-notch,

international line-up of speakers to give you the best

insight into industry dynamics in 2011 and beyond, and

help you make sound business decisions in an

increasingly complex marketplace.

Featuring key speakers from the transportation,

packaging and construction sectors, representatives of

the all-important Chinese and Indian aluminium

industries, experts on energy, raw materials and smelting,

rolling and extruding, as well as practitioners from the

physical and derivatives trading worlds, there will be no

shortage of opportunity to enhance your industry

understanding – AND make the most of the biggest

gathering of aluminium industry executives this year to

network and sign deals for 2012.

($/tonnes)

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Source: LME, Metal Bulletin Research


Reasons to attend:

l Get a real understanding of market dynamics

thanks to insightful and informative papers and

panels from top-notch industry speakers

l Use this knowledge to gauge where the challenges

– and the opportunities will be in 2012 and beyond

l Network with upwards of 500 key industry

decision-makers from around the globe – make

new contacts to advance your business

l Discuss and seal 2012 deals in the pleasant setting

of Paris without wasting precious travel budgets

and spending weeks away from the office

Over 200 delegates

already registered:

• ABB Switzerland Ltd

• Airbus Operations

• Alaska Metals

• Alba

• Alcan Singen GmbH

• Alcoa Inc

• Alcoa Latin America &

Caribbean

• Alcoa of Australia Limited

• Alcoa World Alumina

• Aleris

• Aleris Recycling

• Aluar Aluminio Argentino SAIC

• Aluminium Rheinfelden GmbH

• Aluminium SA

• Alutrade

• AMAG Casting GmbH

• Anford Trading AG

• Austria Metall Aktiengesellschaft

• Auto Charteting SA

• Ball Packaging Europe GmbH

• Bauxite & Alumina

• Bayards Aluminium

Constructies BV

• Beck Aluminum Corp

• Beroa Deutschland GmbH

• Beroa Iberia SA - Portugal

• BHP Billiton

• BNP Paribas Suisse SA

• Bridgnorth Aluminium Ltd

• BTI Bulk Trading International

• C Steinweg Handelsveem BV

• Carbone Savoie

• China Metals Consulting UK

• Citigroup

• Constellium

• CWT Commodities (Metals)

Pte Ltd

• Dubai Aluminium Co Ltd

• Elval SA

• ENRC Marketing AG

• Fives Solios

• Fluorsid SpA

• Fried V Neuman GmBH

• Furukawa Sky Aluminium Corp

• Gearbulk (UK) Ltd

• Gerald Metals

• GFMS - Base Metals & Steel

• Glencore China Ltd

• Glencore Ltd

• Gove Aluminium Finance Ltd

• Hammerer Aluminium Industries

GmbH

• Hanwha Corporation

• Harbin Dongsheng Metal Co Ltd

• Hatch Ltd

• Hencon BV

• Hindalco Industries Ltd

• Hydro Aluminium

International SA

• Hydro Aluminium Rolled

Products GmbH

• Impexmetal SA

• Inotal

• Institut pour l’Histoire de

l’Aluminium

• Intamex SA

• International Energy Agency

• Itochu Corporation

• Kaiser Aluminium

• Klil Industries Ltd

• London Metal Exchange

• Macquarie Bank Ltd

• Macquarie Securities Group

• MEC Metal Exchange

Intl GmbH

• Mechem SA

• Mervyn Thede Consultant

Metal Exchange

International GmbH

Metal Terminals Int NV

• Metrad SA

• MF Global UK Ltd

• Mitsubishi International

Corporation

• Mitsui & Co Ltd

• Moustafa M Ramadan

• Mytilineos SA

• NalonChem

• Neuero Inustrietechnik GmbH

• NKM Noell Special

Cranes GmbH

• Noranda Aluminum

• Norsk Hydro ASA

• North European Marine

Services Ltd

• Novelis AG

• Oddo & Cie

• Outotec GmbH

• Palmat CA

• Panther Trading AG

• PSA Peugeot Citroën

• PT Indonesia Asahan Aluminium

• Redburn Partners

• Redex

• Rio Tinto Alcan

• Rio Tinto Japan Limited

• Rusal Marketing GmbH

• SAG Motion AG

• Salzburger Aluminium AG

• Sapa Heat Transfer AB

• SGL Carbon GmbH

• Shenhuo Group Co Ltd

• Showa Denko KK

• Sino Mining International Limited

• Societe Generale

• Sojitz Corporation

• Star Gate

• Sumitomo Corporation

• Swiss Alu Trading AG

• Tin Man Company

• Tolfsby

• Toyota Tsusho Corporation

• Trafigura Beheer BV

• Trasteel Non Ferrous SA

• Trimet Aluminium AG

• UC Rusal

• Vimetco Extrusion

• Vimetco Trading Srl

• Volkswagen AG

• Xinfa Group Australia Pty Ltd

“Attended by top people from

the sector”

Christina Sund, Business Development, Veolia Environment

“Very well organised event on all

aspects and a splendid opportunity

to update one’s network”

Anderson Cerceau, Sales Department, Mineracao Rio do Norte

“The 25th International Aluminium

Conference as always gave a perfect

opportunity for networking”

Timo Letz, Senior Principal, FLSmidth Moeller

“The conference was excellent and

the networking was excellent due to

the large number of attendees”

Adel Hamad, CEO, Gulf Aluminium Rolling Mill

“Congratulations again on your

super organisation”

Max Wiestner, Manager, ABB Switzerland

“I thought you personally did a terrific

job. Very impressive”

Rick Press, Partner/Associate, Apollo Management

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Tuesday 6 September 2011

Pre-conference field trips to RTA’s Dunkerque smelter,

Constellium’s Neuf-Brisach rolling mill and Airbus Toulouse

Wednesday 7 September 2011

15:30 Conference registration opens

17:00 Return of field trips to Aluminium Dunkerque and

Constellium Rolling Mill

18:00 Return of Airbus Toulouse field trip

18:30 Conference welcome

reception sponsored by

Day one:

Thursday 8 September 2011

08:00 Registration desk opens with

coffee and refreshments, sponsored by

08:45 Opening remarks

08:55 Welcome address

Philippe Varin, Chairman of the Managing Board,

PSA Peugeot Citroën, France

09:25 Keynote address

Jacynthe Côté, Chief Executive,

Rio Tinto Alcan, Canada

Session I: Executive industry panel

Moderator: Dick Evans, Retired CEO,

Rio Tinto Alcan, Canada

09:50 • Pricing and profitability – is aluminium steering an even keel?

• Is the light metal winning markets from more expensive and

volatile materials?

• Is industry doing enough to ensure consumption growth in

established as well as emerging markets?

• Where will aluminium’s next big challenge come from on the

environmental front?

• The changing geographical footprint of aluminium – how will

Europe shape up in 5-10 years’ time?

Panellists include:

Christel Bories, CEO, Constellium, France

Jean-Philippe Puig, President Primary Metal -

Europe, Middle East & Africa, Rio Tinto Alcan, France

Vladislav Soloviev, First Deputy CEO, UC Rusal, Russia

Mohamed E Nagib, Executive Vice President -

Operations, Dubal, UAE

11:15 Refreshment break sponsored by

Session 2: Examining external

influences on the global

aluminium industry

11:45 Industrial metal or investment asset – how is the LME

responding to the 21st marketplace?

• The shifting client base of the LME from trade-based roots to

investment exchange – striking a balance

• Regulation, partnership, warehousing – globalization

opportunities and challenges

• New directions, new products – comparing steel and aluminium

industry responses to exchange traded products

Martin Abbott, Chief Executive,

London Metal Exchange, UK

12:10 Energy and electricity – the real determinant of aluminium

industry growth

• Examining energy and electricity costs and availability today,

tomorrow and beyond - which regions will prove most attractive?

• How important is the carbon footprint? What advances are we

seeing in non-fossil fuels, renewables, etc?

• Will industries be forced to “label” their energy source in

the future?

Richard H Jones, Deputy Executive Director,

International Energy Agency, France

12:35 Has the Middle East lost its allure as a smelting region?

• An overview of smelting operations today and projects status

• Can energy costs and other cost advantages outweigh political

risk when it comes to investment?

• Where will the next wave of investment be directed and on

what? More smelting? Downstream? Alumina refining capacity?

Laurent Schmitt, CEO,

Aluminium Bahrain, Bahrain

13:00 Lunch sponsored by

Session 3: China and Asian

industry outlook and impact

14:30 • Taking stock of the fundamentals – raw materials, energy, supply,

demand and trade

• Shedding light on inventory levels in China – how much, where

and who holds it?

• Chinese aluminium smelting – the next stage of growth?

• The shift northwest – capacity investment in new lower-cost

energy areas

• China’s downstream aluminium sector – is consolidation needed?

• What prospects for increased local consumption?

Panellists include:

Wang Xiaodong, General Manager,

Henan Shenhuo Aluminium Co Ltd, China

Frank Müller, CEO, Vimetco NV, Netherlands

Max Layton, Deputy Head of Commodities

Research, Macquarie Securities, UK

15:45 Refreshment break sponsored by

Session 4: Downstream and

demand panel

16:15 • How strong is demand – real demand – today?

• Which applications and regions are showing greatest growth?

• What outlook for automotive and other

transportation applications?

• Aerospace – composite vs metal – what are the driving factors?

• Packaging – is consumer choice, cost or legislation determining

material choices?

• What of other sectors such as building, engineering

and electricity?

• Is aluminium winning ground against copper, steel, plastics?

• Is the producer base addressing supply chain challenges?

Panellists include:

Elmar Luetjen, Head of Procurement Materials

Aluminium, Airbus Operations GmbH, Germany

Dick de Kluijver, Commercial Director,

Bayards Aluminium, Netherlands

Michael Wagner, Commodities Trading within Group

Treasury, Volkswagen AG, Germany

Fabienne Letadic, VP Marketing Global Aerospace,

Transportation and Industry, Constellium, France

17:30 Close of day one and drinks reception


Day two:

Friday 9 September 2011

08:15 Registration desk opens sponsored by

09:00 Opening remarks

Session 5: Milling and fabricating

in focus

09:05 Rolled products demand – where is the growth and

where are competing materials making inroads?

• Changing structure of the aluminium rolling business – what

specific challenges does decoupling from the supply base entail?

• How do the economics of aluminium rolling stack up? Scrap vs

primary and the role of recycling in sheet production

• How is technology making a difference? To the bottom line?

To product attractiveness?

• Is capacity investment moving east and south? What can the

higher-cost rolling mill do to win back markets?

• Applications for plate in the aerospace, machinery, transportation

and other heavy-duty sectors

• Is demand for heat-treated plate seeing an upturn at last? Is it

starting to eat into inventory levels?

Panellists include:

Roeland Baan, CEO Europe & Asia,

Aleris, Switzerland

Tadeu Nardocci, Senior VP, Novelis, and President,

Novelis Europe, Switzerland

10:20 Examining the extrusions sector – does it still need a

health check?

• Does this industry need a complete overhaul or is consolidation

getting results?

• The raw material base – are billet supplies an issue?

• Can new alloys, new technology help add value for the extruder

and grow new markets?

Birgitte Holter, Head of Sales & Marketing, Strategy

& Business Development, Extrusion Eurasia,

Hydro, Switzerland

10:50 Refreshment break

Session 6: Markets analysts panel

11:20 • How strong is the global economy, and where are we in the

commodity cycle?

• Investigating inventories in China and elsewhere – what

implications for prices?

• Will the arrival of Exchange Traded Funds make much different to

the market?

• How much overcapacity is there and will sturdy price levels attract

further restarts?

• Alumina availability and prices – and the impact of new alumina

pricing mechanisms

• What of other raw materials – what outlook for these in the near to

mid-term?

• Where are we seeing greatest demand recovery? In what sectors?

• Analysing prices and premiums for the next 12-14 months – what

is the downside?

• What factors could lead to a strong ramp-up in prices?

Panellists include:

David Wilson, Head of Metals Research,

Societe Generale CIB, France

Kamil Wlazly, Aluminium Analyst,

Metal Bulletin Research, UK

Neil Buxton, Managing Director,

GFMS – Base Metals & Steel, UK

12:30 Lunch hosted by Aluminium Bahrain

Session 7: Smelter technology,

inputs and waste under scrutiny

14:00 The early days of the aluminium smelting technology:

Hall and Heroult’s first experiments and options

Maurice Laparra, President,

Institut pour l’Histoire de l’Aluminium, France

14:25 What technologies will take smelter growth forward?

Martin Desmeules, Global Director – Aluminium,

Hatch, Canada

14:50 Lowering costs and raising efficencies in smelting – a status

review of AP60 and APXe

François Charmier, Senior Project Manager,

Technology Sales & Services, Smelter,

Hatch, Canada

15:15 Refreshment break

15:35 How important are changes in coke and pitch quality and the

fabrication process to anode effectiveness in aluminium

reduction?

Barry Sadler, Managing Director,

Net Carbon Consulting Pty Ltd, Australia

16:00 Smelter growth and aluminium fluoride needs

Alessandro Marino, Director, Fluorsid, Italy

16:25 What options for smelter waste streams? An update on spent

potlining treatment and disposal

Stephan Broek, Director – Light Metals,

Hatch, Canada

16:50 Close of conference

Metal Bulletin Events reserves the rig ht to alter the venue, timings and/or

speakers. © Metal Bulletin Events, part of Euromoney Trading Limited.

France and aluminium

– almost 200 years of partnership

The association between France and the

aluminium industry goes back nearly two centuries.

The main raw material for aluminium production,

bauxite, was named after the village Les Baux in

southern France, where it was first recognised as

containing aluminium and named by the French

geologist Pierre Berthier in 1821. Aluminium was

produced in small quantities for a number of years

but the cost of production made its widespread industrial use

prohibitive. All that changed when in April 1886 French chemist Paul

Héroult (pictured above) filed a patent for the production of

aluminium by fused-salt electrolysis of alumina dissolved in a molten

cryolite bath (almost simultaneously in the USA American chemist

Charles Martin Hall was filing a similar patent – which gave rise to

Hall-Heroult method as the conventional way of producing the

metal). The first aluminium smelter was established in France in 1889

and three years later saw the establishment of a smelter in the

Maurienne valley at La Praz, the first of a series that would earn the

area the title of “aluminium valley”. Pechiney, a name for so long

associated with French aluminium, had its roots in the 19th century

though it was not until the 1920s that it started commercial

production of aluminium (the company’s aluminium business lives

on now as part of Rio Tinto Alcan and of course through the worldrenowned

AP smelter cellhouse technology).

(Source: Institut pour l’Histoire de l’Aluminium, et alia)

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Field trips

Optional field trip to:

Constellium’s Neuf-

Brisach Rolling Mill

6 – 7 September 2011

Delegates will convene at the Hotel Europe

Colmar in Horbourg-Wihr, near the lovely old

French town of Colmar on the evening of

September 6 for dinner and overnight stay. They

will depart the following morning for the short drive

to Constellium’s Neuf-Brisach site. After a brief

introduction they will tour the plant with its fully

integrated recycling, rolling and finishing facilities.

After a light lunch hosted by Constellium, they will

fly back to Paris in time for conference registration

and the welcome reception.

Provisional itinerary

Metal Bulletin Events will organize the

accommodation for 6th September. However,

delegates must make their own travel

arrangements to Neuf-Brisach to arrive on

Tuesday 6th September in good time for dinner.

Delegates must also book their own flight from

Mulhouse to Paris as specified below.

Tuesday September 6

19.00 Meet for dinner at the Hotel Europe

Colmar. Overnight stay at the hotel

Wednesday September 7

07.30 Depart by bus to Neuf-Brisach

08.00 Arrive plant for introduction

09.00 Plant visit

11.45 Light lunch hosted by Constellium

Specialty Sheet

12.35 Depart plant

13.35 Arrive Mulhouse airport

14.30 Depart Mulhouse on flight AF7339 for Paris

15.35 Arrive Orly

17.00 Arrive conference hotel

PRICE: €495

Price includes dinner, overnight stay and breakfast at

Hotel Europe Colmar and all ground transfers. Travel

to Colmar is the responsibility of each delegate, as is

the flight booking from Mulhouse to Paris.

Delegates are recommended to take flight

AF7339 departing Mulhouse at 14.30.

You are not restricted to taking this flight, but if you

choose a different flight back to Paris it will be your

responsibility to arrange your own transfer back to

the hotel.

NOTE: Places on the field trip are limited and

are available on a first come basis.

Acceptance onto the field trip is strictly at the

discretion of Constellium and competitor

companies are unlikely to be admitted.

Please ensure you have a written confirmation of acceptance on the field trips

from Metal Bulletin Events prior to making any travel reservations.

Optional field trip to:

Airbus’

Toulouse plant

6 – 7 September 2011

Headquartered in Toulouse, Airbus is a leading

aircraft manufacturer with fully-owned subsidiaries

in the USA, China, Japan and in the Middle East,

spare parts centres in Hamburg, Frankfurt,

Washington, Dubai, Beijing and Singapore,

training centres in Toulouse, Miami, Hamburg and

Beijing and more than 150 field service offices

around the world.

Delegates will convene in Toulouse on the evening

of September 6 for dinner and overnight stay,

before touring Airbus plant, including a visit to the

assembly floor accompanied by expert guides, the

following morning.

Provisional itinerary

Metal Bulletin Events will arrange the

accommodation on 6th September. However,

delegates must make their own travel

arrangements to Toulouse to arrive on Tuesday

6th September in good time for dinner and their

onward flight to Paris as indicated below.

Tuesday September 6

19.00 Meet for dinner at the Pullman Hotel,

Toulouse. Overnight stay at the hotel

Wednesday September 7

08.30 Depart hotel for Airbus plant

09.00 Commence tour

11.00 Leave plant for Toulouse airport

15.30 Depart airport on flight EZY3964 for Paris

17.00 Arrive Paris

18.00 Arrive conference hotel

PRICE: €495

Price includes dinner, overnight stay and breakfast

at Pullman Hotel, Toulouse.

Travel to Toulouse is the responsibility of each

delegate as is the flight from Toulouse to Paris.

You are not restricted to taking this flight, but if you

choose a different flight back to Paris it will be your

responsibility to arrange your own transfer back to

the hotel.

NOTE: Places on the field trip are limited and

are available on a first come basis

Optional field trip to:

Rio Tinto Alcan’s

Dunkerque smelter

6 – 7 September 2011

Aluminium Dunkerkque was established in 1991

and inaugurated in 1992 and today has the

capacity to produce more than 260,000 tonnes

per year of aluminium.

Delegates will convene at the Hotel Borel in

Dunkerque, northern France, on the evening of

September 6 for dinner and overnight stay. The

following morning they will travel the short journey

by bus to Aluminium Dunkerque for the smelter

tour. After lunch hosted by Aluminium Dunkerque,

they will return to Paris in time for conference

registration and the welcome reception.

Provisional itinerary

Metal Bulletin Events will arrange the

accommodation on 6th September and train tickets

from Dunkerque to Paris. However, delegates must

make their own travel arrangements to Dunkerque

to arrive on Tuesday 6th September in good time

for dinner.

Tuesday September 6

19.00 Meet in lobby of Hotel Borel for dinner.

Overnight stay at hotel.

Wednesday September 7

07.30 Depart Hotel Borel

08.00 Arrive smelter for introduction and

plant visit

12.00 Lunch hosted by Aluminium Dunkerque

13.15 Depart smelter

14.13 Depart Dunkerque station for Paris Gare

du Nord

16.26 Arrive Paris

17.00 Arrive conference hotel

PRICE: €495

Price includes dinner, overnight stay and breakfast

at the Hotel Borel in Dunkerque as well as bus

transfers in Dunkerque and Paris, and rail fare

back to Paris.

NOTE: Places on the field trip are limited and

are available on a first come basis.

You are not restricted to taking the train

organized by Metal Bulletin Events, but if you

choose another option, you will be responsible

for the fare and your journey back to the hotel

from Gare du Nord.


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Before 15 July 2011 €1,699 €1,799

Thereafter €1,899 €1,999

METHODS OF PAYMENT

PLEASE SIGN THE FORM IN ORDER FOR REGISTRATION TO BE PROCESSED

Signature:

Date:

q To make a payment by credit card, please call +44 (0) 20 7779 8905

or visit www.metalbulletinstore.com to book and pay online

q I would like to pay by bank transfer.

Option only available before 10 August 2011.

Note: Full bank details will be emailed to you with your booking confirmation. When paying by

bank transfer, please ensure that you transfer enough funds to cover the full price of your

purchase, plus any bank charges you may incur.

IMPORTANT: Please make sure you quote your full invoice number, details can be found on

your invoice.

Metal Bulletin standard terms and conditions apply.

Visas are the responsibility of delegates

Fees: The conference fee includes attendance at all sessions, refreshments, welcome reception

and lunches.

Indian based delegates: Price quoted is net, exclusive of any TDS/Without holding tax. Any

deductions are only liable on the submission of an original Withholding Tax Certificate forwarded

to Metal Bulletin.

Accommodation: The fee does not include accommodation. A limited allocation of rooms has

been reserved at the conference hotel. Delegates will be sent an accommodation booking form

along with confirmation of registration. If you are not a delegate the rate may be higher or your

room may be cancelled. This form should be completed and returned to the hotel.

VAT: If your organisation is tax registered within the European Union please provide your company

VAT number:

Our VAT Number is GB 243 31 57 84

Please tick if you are not registered for sales tax.

EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

Contact: Roger Cooke

Online: www.metalbulletinstore.com

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7779 8905

Fax: +44 (0) 20 7779 8090

Email: mbstore@metalbulletin.com

Address: Metal Bulletin Events, Nestor House,

Playhouse Yard, London, EC4V 5EX, UK

ACCOMMODATION

The Pullman Paris Montparnasse

The Pullman Paris Montparnasse is an upscale hotel ideally

located in the heart of this historical, commercial and cultural

Left Bank district. The hotel is a stone's throw from the Gare

Montparnasse train station, a few minutes' walk from the Latin

Quarter and 10 minutes by metro from the Eiffel Tower. With 953

rooms all with spectacular views and 49 modular meeting rooms

(45,370 sq. ft. / 4215 m2) with all the latest technology and Wi-

Fi, this is one of the largest conference hotels in Europe.

Tel: (+33) 1/44364436 Booking by phone: (+33) 1/44364444

Fax: (+33) 1/44364700 E-mail: h8189@accor.com

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