Port projects on display at Africa Ports Expansion 2017

Old port mombasaThe old port of Mombasa, Kenya. (Image source: Alex Wafula/Commons)Join stakeholders from Transnet Port Terminals South Africa, Ghana Ports and Habours Authority, Kenya Ports Authority and Kenya's Ministry of Transportation at Africa Ports Expansion 2017 from 20-21 March 2017 in Mombasa, Kenya

The Africa Ports Expansion 2017 will look at projects from the north of the continent to the south, from Morocco to South Africa, including, Egypt, Guinea, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Angola and Mauritius. 

Africa is experiencing a major surge in trade with growing volumes of cargo across its ports. To keep up with the increase, government authorities across the continent are investment millions to increase its capacity.

With port development in Africa projected to grow strongly to meet this demand, new projects are being announced creating exceptional maritime business opportunities as ports strive to deliver world class service, facilities and efficiencies

As such, the African Ports Expansion Conference will congregate major stakeholders in the maritime industry including govt. authorities, port authorities, contractors, technology providers, suppliers of port equipment, consultants and more as they discuss their biggest challenges and debate best-practice methodologies from 21-22 March 2017 in Mombasa, Kenya.

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