Celebrating half a century

Celebrating half a century

Hundreds of exhibitors are ready to showcase their latest innovations, technology, products, and services at Southern Africa’s biggest mining, electrical, automation, manufacturing, power, and transport trade exhibition – Electra Mining Africa.

The show and its line-up of conferences and free-to-attend seminars will be taking place from September 5 to 9 at the Expo Centre in Nasrec, Johannesburg.

This year, Specialised Exhibitions, organisers of the show, are promising an exciting interactive event with many activities planned by exhibitors and industry partners, all while celebrating the show’s 50th anniversary.

As in previous years, many respected associations and industry organisations will be partnering with Electra Mining Africa. Charlene Hefer, portfolio director at Specialised Exhibitions, has confirmed that the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; Society for Automation Instrumentation Mechatronics and Control (SAIMC); South African Capital Equipment Export Council; Mining Equipment Manufacturers of South Africa; South African Mineral Processing Equipment Cluster; the SA Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIMechE); Women in Mining South Africa (WiMSA); and Lifting Equipment Engineering Association of South Africa (LEEASA) are all onboard as partners.

Electra Mining Africa and the co-located shows Elenex Africa, Powerex, Transport Expo, and Automation Expo will be supported by a programme of content-rich conferences including SAIMC, a WiMSA Workshop, a LEEASA Lifting Equipment Conference, and SAIMechE free-to-attend seminars. Industry experts will be speaking on a range of topical and important issues, with the seminars being live-streamed to enable a wider audience to participate in the learning experience.

In an effort to promote the importance of forklift operation and operators in the supply chain and logistics industry, Lifting Africa and LEEASA will be hosting a forklift driver competition during Electra Mining Africa. The event will provide forklift operators with an opportunity to prove their driving skills, compete with others, achieve recognition as a champion, and win prize money. Entries are open for all operators who have a valid forklift license and can drive either a reach truck or a counterbalance forklift truck in racking.

For further information, visit www.electramining.co.za

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