Electra Mining Africa 2010 takes place at the MTN Expo Centre, NASREC, Gauteng on 4 - 8 October 2010. Electra Mining Africa is driven by a powerful motivator: to be the ultimate meeting and market place for all stakeholders involved in the mining, construction, industrial and power generation industries.
About Electra Mining Africa 2010
Since it's inception more than 40 years ago, Electra Mining Africa has grown from its embryonic beginnings so dramatically that it has truly earned its place on the international calendar as the second largest mining show in the world and is recognised as a gateway into Africa for local and global investors.
New At Electra Mining Africa 2010
The NEW Transport Expo has been launched this year to co-locate with Electra Mining Africa and Elenex Africa, focussing on products and solutions for the trucking, transport and logistics industries.
The Electra Mining Africa brand has been updated to reflect its modern and innovative approach, with a new 'look and feel' to embrace changing markets and design trends whilst maintaining the global identity and reputation of the brand.
Many new innovations will be showcased including energy efficiencies and environmentally friendly products, as well as products in line with the mining industry's goals on health and safety.
Many more innovative ideas are scheduled for Electra Mining Africa 2010 - the year of the World Cup Soccer in Africa!
Visitor Profile at Electra Mining Africa 2010
Major decision makers from Southern Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa and abroad in the following industries:MiningElectrical EngineeringPower GenerationCivil EngineersGeneral industry
Exhibitor Profiles at Electra Mining Africa 2010The broad scope of these shows brings these coinciding industry sectors together at one location for visitor and exhibitor convenience. It's a platform to showcase the latest developments, technologies, trends, products and services across all three sectors and, as in previous shows, valuable business connections will be made, high sales volumes enjoyed and many excellent sales leads secured.
Exhibitors include international and local suppliers of equipment and services to the mining, construction, power generation, electrical, materials handling, manufacturing, safety, health & environmental, civil engineering & earthmoving sectors.
Electra Mining Africa:
Mining and related products; leading-edge mining technology, machinery, equipment and supplies; industrial, engineering and manufacturing; general engineering and manufacturing; electrical engineering; electrical engineering equipment and supplies; materials handling; bulk materials handling equipment, storage and materials handling systems; safety, health and environment (SHE); SHE equipment, supplies and technology; construction; earthmoving equipment. Within Electra Mining Africa Oil and Gas Africa showcases oil and gas related products, leading edge technology, machinery, equipment, supplies, services and consultants.
Elenex Africa is internationally respected as Africa's leading power generation, electrical engineering and lighting exhibition, and runs con-currently with Electra Mining Africa, showcasing: electrical/electronic equipment; power generation equipment; instrumentation and control equipment; manufacturing and repair equipment; test and measuring equipment; electro-mechanical components; energy conservation equipment; consulting electrical engineers.
Transport Expo introduces products and innovative solutions in the trucking, transport and logistics industries.
Johannesburg Exhibitions VenueThe MTN Expo Centre at Nasrec in Johannesburg will once again host this highly successful exhibition. Conveniently situated close to highways and airports, it is just 15 minutes away from Johannesburg, the business capital and economic powerhouse of South Africa.
This multi-purpose venue has dedicated exhibition facilities that are the largest in Africa, offering over 42 000 square meters of covered space, and an additional 80 000 square meters of outdoor, multi purpose space. This is accessible from multiple entrances with ample and secure parking for up to 20 000 vehicles, with infrastructural services such as telecommunication, in house catering, restaurants, entertainment areas and conference facilities.
There is no doubt that Expo Centre's finest hour will come when it hosts the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The IBC will be the nerve centre for all television operations and world news agencies during the world cup. This is a mammoth undertaking and Expo Centre's selection (amidst fierce competition) speaks volumes about the centre's facilities and capabilities.For further information: http://www.electramining.co.za/