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Cape Town, South Africa - 3rd to 5th July
Exhibition / trade show

Welcome to The Western Cape’s premier Showcase for all its products and services. With Cape Town hosting exhibitions in all major Industry sectors, it is only fitting that a dedicated one-stop exhibition targeted at the entire Industrial sector exists. Having successfully hosted the Industrial Showcase Cape in 2008 and 2010 we look forward to welcoming you again in 2013!

With over 100 exhibitors occupying 4 000m2 of space, the Industrial Showcase – Cape is the region’s largest broad-based industrial trade show servicing the greater Western Cape.

This show targets the entire industrial sector and many of South Africa’s largest industrial suppliers will be on hand – check out the exhibitor list – along with a number of locally-based operators. This is an ideal opportunity for industrialists looking to purchase products or services to compare like-for-like without leaving the building.

While Cape Town hosts a number of successful exhibitions this is the only one focused entirely on the industrial sector, and with successful shows in 2008 and 2010 we look forward to welcoming you in 2013.

3rd to 5th July

Cape Town International Convention Centre

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