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Breakbulk Africa Transport 2013
Cape Town, South Africa - 15th - 18th April 2013
Conference / congress

Attend the Breakbulk Africa Congress to learn and network with cargo owners, carriers, forwarders and ports that have a vested interest in building more cargo and stronger business relationships in Africa.

Large energy and infrastructure projects, a wealth of natural resources and a rising wave of foreign investment are adding to Africa’s emergence as one of the world’s top breakbulk, project cargo and heavy-lift cargo markets.  The attendees at the Breakbulk Africa Congress 2013 will include logistics procurement titles from engineering & procurement companies, logistics titles within oil & gas companies, traditional and renewable energy companies, major logistics decision makers within infrastructure projects as well as important vendors to the project cargo and breakbulk shipper community including freight forwarders, specialized ocean carriers, ports/ terminals, ground transport, packing and equipment companies.

Program topics that will help you move your business forward include:

-Infrastructure Outlook
-Port Developments in West Africa
-Moving Hazardous Cargo in Africa
-Supply Chain Security Risks in West Africa
-Africa’s High Cost of Overland Transport
-Oil & Gas Development in East Africa

15th - 18th April 2013

08-30 - 18-00 daily (GMT +02:00) Harare, Pretoria

Cape Sun Hotel

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