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Africa Ports and Harbours Show 2013
Johannesburg, South Africa - June 24th to 27th
Exhibition / trade show

Africa Ports and Harbours Show 2013 is the world’s leading ports, terminal and transport infrastructure industry event, where key stakeholders and decision makers from industry and government discuss the best strategies to expand and maintain their ports and terminals.

Packed with innovative content, across 3 conference days and a 2 day trade exhibition, Africa Ports and Harbours Show 2013 attracts over 2500 senior decision makers from across Africa.

Sponsors and exhibitors already confirmed include:
ABB South Africa, Bradken Rail , CSR, EKE Electronics, Engen , Ganser, GE Transportation, Global Geomatics, Henschel, Hi Force, Imfuyo, Inala  Technologies, India Thermit Corporation, Kwena Concrete Products, MTU, Nedbank Capital, Pandrol, Precision Geospacial, Reelin Bearings, Rovos , SCAW Metals, Schlatter, Siyayazi Rails, Stroda Advanced Materials, Teltronic , Thermitrex, Timken, TLC Engineering, Transnet Rail Engineering , Versa Rail , Voith , Wabtec, Worthington Aviation, Yale And a Chinese and German Pavillion

For more information visit:

June 24th to 27th

Sandton Convention Centre

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