ATCO is world leader providing modular shelter solutions, camp and site services, and emissions management services.
ATCO Structures & Logistics will join more than 400 exhibitors and over 30,000 attendees at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) tradeshow from March 3-6.The PDAC International Conference and Tradeshow began in 1932 and now attracts mining exploration and development professionals from 125 countries around the world. One of the highlights of PDAC 2013 for ASL is the Aboriginal program, a two day part of the convention that offers a major opportunity to enhance industry awareness of Aboriginal affairs and to showcase success stories of partnerships between Aboriginal communities and exploration, mining, and mining services companies.PDAC is now led by Glenn Nolan, the first aboriginal president of the association. His unique understanding of the resource sector’s increasingly onerous duty to consult with first nations when developing mining or energy projects allows him to guide association members towards best practices. Since 1987 ATCO has been partnering with Aboriginal communities throughout Canada and Alaska. These relationships are at the heart of our business and we are keen to keep learning and improving the ways we work with Canada’s indigenous people. Our team is looking forward to participating in the Aboriginal Forum at PDAC 2013. ATCO Structures & Logistics has extensive experience providing infrastructure solutions to the mining industry. Our expertise includes:
Representatives from across Canada will be on site to meet visitors and discuss our capabilities. Visit us at Booth 709 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre – South Building from March 3-6.
ATCO Group is a worldwide organization of companies engaged in Utilities, Energy, Structures & Logistics and Technologies. More information about ATCO can be found on its website at www.atco.com.