It’s all about infrastructure investment and integration for a sector that underpins the working of all others. This November, Transport Evolution Africa Forum meets today’s challenges head-on, with the strategic infrastructure channels to bring about the best in opportunities, collaborations and the implementation of Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) requirements.
Transport Evolution Africa
A one-day high-level conference focused on the AfCFTA, project updates, port, rail and transport corridor expansion plans and global shipping expectations and trends.
Roads Evolution Forum & Showcase
Focusing on the expansion of the road networks, maintenance, and design of road infrastructure.
IMBIZO 21– the Southern African Infrastructure Summit
Looking at priority projects in the transport, water and energy sectors and presenting a number of these projects for investment considerations.
Women in Transport Awards
Serves to amplify, celebrate and normalise the role of women in the industry over the past two years, highlighting excellence in achievements, innovations, management and solutions.
Don’t risk missing out on the most important strategic transport gathering in Africa as it emerges from pandemic to recovery. Book your place today to ensure a seat at the most important transport meeting in Africa this year.
To guarantee the benefits of a long-awaited live event in Durban this year, the priority is on strategy, solutions and cooperation, rather than usual expo. This is the meeting place to obtain the best business intelligence, new ideas and technologies, with a focus on project opportunities up and down the value chain for 2022.
- Make sure you are on the national dialogue shaping the short to medium term strategies
- Take a deep dive into the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement
- Dive even deeper into the latest in Smart Infrastructure
- Get the low-down on the Container Ports Performance Index 2020 – and see how Africa competes
- Guarantee you are up to date on all things sustainable
- Hear directly from investors, financiers and public sector negotiators
The leading players from the region’s port, rail and roads authorities, and terminal operators – as well as financial and legal experts – are all lined up for 2021. The CEOs, CEs and Heads of South Africa, Mozambique, Kenya, Equatorial Guinea, Sierra Leone, Cameroon and Namibia will all be there, as will the CEO of Grindrod Terminals, APM Terminals, DP World and Bollore. Standard Bank Group, The World Bank, the DBSA, Export Credit Insurance, The African Development Bank will all be represented, alongside the legal directors and partners form Turner & Townsend and Webber Wentzel Attorneys.
Don’t miss these two jam-packed days of live discussions, learning workshops and networking opportunities. Secure your delegate seat here!
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