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UNLOCKING AFRICA’S ECONOMIC POTENTIAL THROUGH PORT DEVELOPMENT AND OPTIMISATION

JOIN US IN DURBAN TO TAKE YOUR PLACE AMIDST AFRICA'S PORT PIONEERS AND MARITIME INDUSTRY LEADERS

Africa is experiencing greater regional integration as trade and transport shifts from overseas partners to regional partners. International trade volumes are also increasing at growth rates of 6-8% per year with higher growth rates for container traffic. The 2040 Vision for Africa’s transport sector is an integrated African continent where the transport infrastructure and services enable the free movement of goods and passengers by providing efficient, safe, secure, reliable and seamless transport options and reducing costs to support environmentally and economically sustainable regional development. AFRICAN PORTS EVOLUTION is a forum where we bring together key maritime stakeholders, so that together we can realise this transport vision.

AFRICAN PORTS EVOLUTION summit and expo fosters interaction between government and the private sector to enhance intra-African and cross border trade, through increased port efficiency, hinterland connectivity and trade corridors. With three co-located events included in this year’s AFRICAN PORTS EVOLUTION, you will benefit from the opportunities of interconnectivity of port and rail development, infrastructure development and economic growth through export.

SHOWCASE TECHNOLOGIES AND EXPERTISE TO REVOLUTIONISE AFRICA’S PORTS AND TERMINALS

AFRICAN PORTS EVOLUTION, now in its sixth year, is Africa’s MEGA Transport Event. It has the unique ability to bring together industry experts from across the continent and the world, to present solutions to the African maritime sector. Over 25 African ports will be given a platform to showcase their unique capabilities, pending projects and successfully completed projects; and for investors to identify business opportunities therein.

The 2017 the summit and expo will again include 3 co-located events:

  • African Rail Evolution: Focusing on rail rehabilitation and maintenance
  • Women in Transport Awards: Honouring the outstanding achievements of Africa's transport executive
  • Export Week: A platform to recognise, promote and assist with growing KwaZulu-Natal's export businesses and industries

With our expo growing by over 100% year on year it has proven to be the unmissable event in Africa`s transport calendar. With the co-location of African Rail evolution and Export week, this is your unique opportunity to showcase your brand to key stakeholders from across the transport sector.

“Globally connected, locally invested”

Secure your space today! To discuss sponsorship or exhibition packages in more detail, or if you have a bespoke request, please email bethwell.mnyamana@portsevolution.com or carly.pols@portsevolution.com or call +27 21 700 4300


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Exhibitors

  • AB Logistics
  • Acrow
  • AECOM
  • Amsteele Systems
  • AzonRail (Pty) Ltd
  • BBD Women in Steel
  • BBF Safety Group
  • Bedeschi
  • Capital Outsourcing Group (Pty) Ltd
  • Conductix-Wampfler
  • CRANEMEC GROUP SA
  • Department Of Environmental Affairs
  • DuPont
  • Elvey Security Technologies
  • Eqstra Materials Handling
  • eThekwini Municipality
  • Export Credit Insurance Corporation of SA
  • Gautrain Management Agency
  • Hilti South Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Hyster
  • ifm electronic (Pty) Ltd
  • Igus
  • Indra
  • INESFLY Africa
  • Inhlanzeko Project Management Services (IPMS)
  • International Road Transport Union
  • Liebherr Maritime Cranes
  • Lucchini SA
  • Marechal Electric Africa
  • Marine Data Solutions
  • Minova
  • Navayuga Infotech S.A
  • NUNGU Group
  • OMC International
  • Optic copper
  • Palisade EMEA & India
  • Plasser South Africa
  • PSA & TKD Cable Systems
  • Radio Holland South Africa
  • RailRoad Association
  • Railway Safety Regulator South Africa
  • Ramboll
  • Remacon
  • Rigging Academy of South Africa
  • Ronin Inventory Management Systems
  • Sandvik
  • SANEC
  • SICK Automation South Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Siemens (Pty) Ltd
  • Tenova Mining and Minerals
  • The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA)
  • The Timken Company
  • ThyssenKrupp Materials Handling
  • Transnet National Port Authority
  • WSP | PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF