International Zinc Association (IZA) organizes the 4th Edition of Global Zinc Summit (GZS) to discuss zinc usage across industries towards sustainable infrastructure development

New Delhi, 10th February 2023: International Zinc Association (IZA), in association with Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL), is or| ganizing the 4th edition of Global Zinc Summit on 16-17 February 2023 at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi, India. The conference will be inaugurated by Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia- Hon’ble Union Minister of Steel Government of India (GoI) and Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste Minister of Steel (State), Government of India (GoI). Mr Arun Misra, Chairman IZA & CEO, HZL, Dr. Andrew Green, Executive Director (Global), IZA, Dr Rahul Sharma, Director (India), IZA, and other industry leaders would deliberate upon the global trends & efficient domestic usage of zinc across infrastructure, agriculture, automotive industry, railways, etc and sustainable development. Leadership from Tata Steel, Jindal Steel, and other key industry leaders would participate in the discussions.

GZS 2023 to deliberate and discuss the relevance of Galvanization across industry, Zinc Battery Energy Storage Solution, Die Casting, Paint Manufacturing and Automotive Sector in India. The conference will address issues relevant for manufacturers, users and researchers of zinc coated steel and zinc industry. The summit will also highlight the importance of Zinc in Human Health and Crop nutrition. In past, the summit have witnessed thronging participation from the industry including 300+ international delegates from 25+ countries.

More than 100 Indian and International delegates, including ministry representatives, opinion leaders, makers of zinc, galvanizers, consumers of galvanised products, industry leaders from the railway and highway industries, architects, and design consultants, will attend the Summit to address relevant and pressing issues.

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