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MetSMetabolic Syndrome
MetSMining Equipment, Technology and Services (industry sector)
MetSMetabolic Equivalents (multiples of resting oxygen uptake)
MetSMetadata Encoding and Transmission Standard
MetSMetropolitans (New York baseball team)
MetSMission Essential Tasks
MetSMaterials and Equipment Trading Service
MetSMetropolitan Evansville Transit System
MetSMotorist Emergency Telepone System (Australia)
MetSModular Egress Training Simulator (Survival Systems)
MetSMobile Electronic Test Set
MetSModern Engineering and Technology Seminar
MetSMechanized Export Traffic System
MetSMicrowave Energy Transmission in Space
MetSMobile Electronic Threat Simulator
MetSModular Equipment Transporter System (NASA)
MetSMobile Emissions Testing System (US EPA)
MetSMcCord's Emergency Travel Service
MetSMeteorological Event Triggering System (Atmospheric Technology, Inc.)
MetSModular Engine Test Stand
MetSMaintenance Equipment Transport System
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More than 20 Queensland mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies are attending what is considered to be the biggest mining show internationally.
Austmine Chairman Alan Broome was recently awarded the Austmine Life Membership Award in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector and for his longstanding leadership of Austmine as chair for the last 22 years.
The main aim of the new Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) Growth Centre will be on lessening regulatory burden, rising collaboration and commercialisation, improving international engagement capabilities, and management and workforce skills.
A new Growth Centre established by the Australian Government will ensure Australia s mining equipment, technology and services sector is well placed to provide innovative solutions to the global resources sector.
Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development Peter Ryan today unveiled two new initiatives to help drive growth in the state's $17 billion mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector.