Register for Ferroalloys Europe 2018
CRU is delighted you wish to register for the 7th CRU Ryan's Notes Ferroalloys Europe Conference.
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| Delegate Fees:
| Until 16th March 2018
| 17th March until 13th April 2018
| 14th April until 11th May 2018
| 12th May until
Group discounts available:
Save up to 20% when you register with colleagues as a group!
By registering a group booking you will benefit from the following discounted rates:
- 3rd and 4th delegates: 15% discount
- 5th and subsequent delegates: 20% discount
To qualify, all registrations must be booked at the same time and payment made in one transaction.
Terms of booking
Registrations can only be confirmed upon receipt of payment or proof of payment and discounted fees will only apply when payment is received within the offer period. If payment is not received before the conference, delegates will be asked to guarantee payment at registration with a personal credit card.
Late payments made after the conference will be subject to an additional 10% administration fee.
All cancellations must be received in writing prior to 6 May 2018 for a full refund less a €250 administration fee. Registrants who cancel after that date or fail to attend will be charged the full rate. You may, if you wish, send a substitute. In the unlikely event this conference has to be cancelled for reasons beyond control of the organization, neither CRU Ryan’s Notes nor its employees accepts responsibility for travel and/or accommodation fees incurred due to cancellation. Therefore, it is recommended that you arrange for the appropriate travel insurance coverage.
This conference is an open forum and the content of papers and presentations given by guest authors and speakers from companies other than CRU Ryan's Notes and its subsidiaries and any opinions expressed therein are the responsibility of the authors and speakers concerned and are not endorsed by CRU Ryan's Notes. CRU Ryan's Notes disclaims all liability for any tort or damage arising out of any statement or opinion made in any paper or presentation by any guest author or speaker.