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Africa’s ONLY event focusing on partnerships for New Projects, Port Accessibility & Congestion Management

Event Overview

The African region is buzzing with enhanced trade and investment, leading to massive infrastructure development targeting at ports, roads and rails. With Port Development in Africa projected to grow strongly to meet this demand, new projects and SEZs are being announced, thereby creating a range of commercial opportunities.

Programme At A Glance
  • Intra Africa and international trade and implications for port and infrastructure capacity in the region.
  • Investment & Expansion projects across South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya and many more!
  • Transshipment Project Updates and Initiatives Across Key Hotspots
  • Port Operators’ Roundtable on Potential, Opportunities and Challenges for Port Operators in Africa
  • Port Projects Financing Dialogue on Investment Strategies, Models and ROIs
  • Easing Congestion and Improving Connectivity and Throughput in Africa
  • Regional Port Optimization – Competition or Collaboration
  • Project Updates on Special Economic Zones and Implications for port and related infrastructure


Confirmed speakers in this event include

Tau Morwe
Chief Executive
Transnet National Ports Authority
Herbert Msagala
Chief Operating Officer, Port Operations
Transnet National Ports Authority
Gagan Seksaria
CFO & Head – Investments
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. Africa
Barbara Mommen
Chief Executive Officer
Maputo Corridor Logistics Initiative
Alan Sproule
Director, Project Finance, Africa (Advisory and Infrastructure Finance)
Standard Chartered Bank

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Richards Bay Coal Terminal to expand export capacity
Africa's biggest coal export port is to be expanded in a $192 million investment designed to help smaller South African mining companies send their output abroad.
www.iol.co.za, 28 August 2013

China Builds the Biggest Port in Africa
China is investing $10 billion to build a new port at Bagamoyo (northwest of Dar es Salaam) and improve infrastructure related to the port improvement. This will make it possible to greatly increase trade. This mainly consists of shipping raw materials to China and bringing Chinese manufactured goods in.
www.strategypage.com, 8 April 2013

Essar plans port for its African steel plant           
The Essar group is planning to expand its presence in the African continent by setting up a 10-million tonne (mt) port in Mozambique, at a cost of $275 million (Rs 1,496 crore).
www.business-standard.com, 4 March 2013


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