RE-CONNECT WITH AFRICA’S PORT, RAIL AND ROAD AUTHORITIES
GET FACE-TO-FACE AND DIGITAL ACCESS TO STRATEGIC CONTENT AND INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS
TAILORED OFFERINGS THROUGH OUR EXCLUSIVE HYBRID EVENT
Transport Evolution Africa Forum & Expo is the only transport event in Africa connecting the region’s port, rail and road authorities. This year’s hybrid event provides you with both live and digital participation, giving transport professionals access to strategic content, business networking, valuable lead generation and brand awareness.
Join us on 21 and 22 September 2021 as we assess the latest transport infrastructure projects and hear best practice for overcoming cross-border trade challenges
Connect with a wider audience face-to-face and digitally. By securing your participation, you get three days of LIVE access and WEEKS of pre- and post-event DIGITAL access to the region’s key transport professionals. Contact Steve Lee on +27 21 700 5507 to discuss our hybrid packages.
Transport Evolution African Forum & Expo will be held at the Durban International Convention Centre in Durban, South Africa and is co-located with KZN Construction Expo, Export Evolution Africa, the Women in Transport Awards and Drone Con.
What to expect in 2021
event: giving you digital access to the live event
live and digital attendees
leading local & international exhibitors
CALL FOR PAPERS: NOW OPEN!
The research and production for the Transport Evolution Africa Forum is now underway, with the event scheduled to take place 21 and 22 September 2021 in South Africa. Abstracts are now invited for the 2021 forum, with the advisory board keen to receive submissions. All submissions addressing port, rail and road-related topics will be considered, suggested focused areas include:
- Investment opportunities for transport infrastructure
- Project preparation
- Making transport work for African trade
- Solutions to low-tech transport infrastructure
- Solutions for rail networks and standardisation
- Road planning and rehabilitation
- Port development and moving forward
- International case studies for port, rail or road best practice
For more information regarding the programme or your abstract contact Kelly Easton, Programme Director on +27 21 700 5508.
Please be aware that commercial or advertorial papers will not be accepted. Abstract submission deadline is 31 May 2021.
New in 2021!
HYBRID EVENT OFFERING: With international travel still limited for some, we’re giving you the opportunity to get digital access to the live event in Durban.
COUNTRY PAVILLIONS: Secure crucial contracts with African port, rail and road authorities. Feature your country’s technologies and solutions. Raise your profile in Africa and become a solution provider of choice in Africa.
CO-LOCATED EVENT: The 4th annual KZN Construction Expo: KwaZulu-Natal’s MUST ATTEND building and construction show welcoming key buyers from the built environment will now be co-located with Transport Evolution Africa – bringing even more value to participants over the 2 expo days
ROAD & CORRIDOR FOCUS: Roads dominate the transport sector in many African countries, covering 80 – 90% of passenger and freight traffic. The World Bank has estimated that about US$ 200 billion of trade in Africa is carried by the region’s trunk road network comprising strategic trading corridors linking deep sea-ports to economic hinterlands.
“Well done to the team. This was my first experience of the event and was impressed, made good contacts and look forward to further involvement.”
“Excellent content covered at the conference, It is an event not to be missed, by both Rail and Port professionals.”
“It was a privilege to have participated at the 2017 forum. Being able to hear about the outstanding projects taking place all over the continent and having the opportunity to share our experience was wonderful. Congratulations to all of you for organizing such exchange of ideas.”
“It was a pleasure participating in the event. Thanks for the opportunity to share our views and make a contribution towards the improvement of our regional corridors.”
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