Fastmarkets event in Seoul set to host international battery raw materials community
2024-03-11 14:58


Global experts and key industry players will soon meet at the Asian Battery Materials Conference 2024 in Seoul, South Korea.

The event – which will take place on April 22-23 at the Grand Hyatt Seoul – will bring together more than 250 delegates, over 50 senior leaders and 130 plus companies. Attendees will include producers, processors, battery manufacturers, end users and market analysts, with industry giants like POSCO, Albemarle and Rio Tinto already confirmed.

Professionals from across the supply chain and around the world will network with each other and discuss the very latest innovations and developments in the sector. Among the hot topics on the agenda will be sustainability, supply chains, IRA compliance, lithium extraction and materials prices.

Conference attendees will also benefit from industry leaders’ projections, invaluable local perspectives on the Asian market and Fastmarkets’ in-depth data analysis.

Speakers at the event will include:

Hearing from figures like these will give delegates a vital window on a shifting battery raw materials landscape and rapidly changing supply/demand dynamics.

The Asian Battery Materials Conference 2024 is part of a wider calendar of Fastmarkets battery raw materials events, which includes conferences focusing on lithium, Indonesia and the European market.


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Fastmarkets is an industry-leading price-reporting agency (PRA) and information provider for global commodities, providing price data, news, analytics and events for the agriculture, forest products, metals and mining and new-generation energy markets. Fastmarkets' data is critical for customers seeking to understand and predict dynamic, sometimes opaque markets, enabling trading and risk management. This global business has a history dating back to 1865 and is built on trust and deep market knowledge. It has more than 550 employees spread across global locations in the UK, US, China, Singapore, Brazil, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland and beyond.