INDUTEC to Boost Gauteng Economy
Next month’s South African Industry and Technology Fair (INDUTEC) will pump more than R25-million directly into the Gauteng economy. Hundreds of international exhibitors and thousands of visitors from more than 25 countries will converge on Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Johannesburg. The three-day, 10-shows-in-one event is backed by 32 local industry associations and takes place from 14 to 16 May.
INDUTEC creator and organiser John Thomson, Managing Di…
National Development Plan to strengthen building industry
|TRUEMAN GOBA We need to create about
11-million new jobs if the broad goal of the
National Development Plan is to be met
South Africa’s engineering, industrial and business sectors need to prepare for the roll-out of the National Development Plan (NDP), says Steel Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa (Seifsa) marketing and communications manager Adelia Pimentel.
“The NDP is government’s blueprint for boosting the Sou…
Industry association supports Pumps, Valves, Pipes Africa expo
The Valve and Actuator Manufacturers' Cluster of South Africa (VAMCOSA) will exhibit en masse at Pumps, Valves and Pipes Africa (PVPA) 2013, one of 10 component expos at the SA Industry and Technology Fair 2013 (INDUTEC). INDUTEC, a platform of 10 defined industry sector trade shows, takes place at Gallagher Convention Centre 14-16 May 2013.
VAMCOSA was formed in June 2011 by Ross Hunter of RGR Technologies and Mark Wilson of Gunric V…
Two tickets to Student Expo at the Gallagher Convention Centre (R30)