Meet key ports stakeholders from the African maritime sector

09 July 2014

Sub-Saharan Africa boasts accelerated economic growth this year, increasing from 4.7% in 2013 to 5.2% this year. This growing trade will have a dramatic effect on ports and terminals across Africa and millions of dollars are being invested to handle this expected increase in trade.

African Ports Evolution 2014 sets the stage for first-hand updates from African ports authorities looking to evolve their ports and terminals into world class facilities. The ultimate goal of these projects is to decrease the cost of doing business in Africa and to increase cargo throughput at ports across Africa.

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With participation from over 300 high-level executives from more than 28 countries and over 20 hours of networking – this is the must-attend event for stimulating Africa’s economic growth through increased investment into ports infrastructure. African Ports Evolution 2014 offers you the opportunity to meet and network with key ports stakeholders from the following African ports, terminals and regulatory authorities:

Angola Mozambique
Port of Cabinda CFM (Ports and Railways Authority)
Port of Luanda Port of Nacala

Democratic Republic of Congo Nigeria
SCTP (Ports and River Authority) Nigeria Customs Service

Ghana South Africa
Ghana Ports Authority Transnet National Ports Authority

Ivory Coast Tanzania
Port of Abidjan Tanzania Ports Authority

Solution providers from the following companies have already confirmed their attendance at African Ports Evolution 2014:

Accenture Durban University of Technology
Amsteele Sandvik
Bechtel ThyssenKrupp

Book your space now to feature your services, systems and technology in front of Africa’s maritime decision-makers actively seeking efficient, innovative solutions applicable in the African context. This forum offers a unique platform for you to deliver your message, raise awareness and network with your customers! Allocate the budget, diarise the dates and make sure you are in Durban this September!

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