Can Africa be rebuilt again in a single generation?

Does your construction equipment have an application in Africa’s cement, concrete or construction industry? If yes, over 6000 professionals

(including EPC’s, architects, property developers and designers) from over 40 countries, will be attending the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expos taking place 12 – 14 May 2015 at the Sandton Convention Centre!

Proper tools and equipment are an essential part of the construction industry; equipping any construction site with the correct tools and equipment plays an essential role in achieving timely and good quality results.  The Construction equipment and machinery industry in Africa, is worth approximately US$ 900 million.

The continent requires unthinkable amounts of construction skill and equipment to accomplish its aggressive infrastructure development goals and the ever increasing expenditures in both new and repair projects will drive the demand for construction equipment.

The industry is undergoing a steady transformation by moving from a low volume, intensive use of equipment structure to high volume. In 2014 new construction work increased by 3.5% in South Africa, while plant, machinery and equipment purchases rose by 55%.

Market support

With over 170 speakers, support from over 75 media and association partners, 3 pre-conference seminars, 3 high- level conference tracks, 600 + C-level delegates, over 6000 attendees and visitors from over 40 countries and a uniquely interactive exhibition – Africa’s only 3 storey expo, African Construction and Totally Concrete Expos – guarantees participants extended access across Africa to the entire cement, concrete and construction ecosystems!

Expertise needed

We are looking for tool and equipment experts to speak, exhibit and sponsor the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expos. Those companies that do qualify to speak will be able to present to African construction companies, contractors, engineers, consultants, architects, government officials, concrete technologists and project managers working on construction projects

Some of the issues that our audience would like to hear about, include:
• Technical considerations for concrete and construction in specialised climatic conditions
• More reliable machinery and equipment
• Innovation in tools, machinery and heavy equipment
• Energy and fuel efficient machinery and equipment
• Cost effective maintenance and repair

If you have the expertise and experience to speak on any of these topics and want to be a part of this prestigious event, then contact daniel.boch@hypenica.com today or download the sales brochure to find out how you can get involved.

Due to an unexceptionally high interest in the expo, only a very limited number of stands remain. As someone with an active interest in the engineering and construction sectors, we would like to ensure you will be present at this important event.

Contact: Tamsin.collins@hypenica.com for more information.