An environmental sustainability collaboration between the Cape Town International Convention Centre and Investing in African Mining Indaba has diverted 24 000 kg of wood from landfill.
Africa Biomass Company offers a whole range of Bandit wood chippers and is fully equipped and stocked to service and repair any Bandit machine anywhere in South Africa.
Developed after speaking directly with the industry, the changes are expected to spark significant growth for the event, as it strives to be more inclusive and representative of Africa’s hospitality sector.
Africa Biomass Company offers a viable, cost-effective solution for our customers to recycle this unwanted woody biomass into usable forms.
The College of Cape Town has been appointed as Centres of Specialisation for Plumbing and Automotive Motor Mechanics.
Co-located with African Construction Expo, the 3rd annual African Smart Cities Summit, 11 June 2019 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, prepares African cities for the future.
The Automotive Supplier Park in Gauteng offers an excellent manufacturing base, with access to logistics corridors and links to extensive distribution networks for efficient export and import of goods.
The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has yet again achieved recording breaking revenues and impressive operating profits.
The Trade Test Centre in the Rosslyn hub services the automotive industry as a whole and forms part of the full value chain of training, testing and certification for trades.
The CTICC’s water saving initiatives has resulted in a 30% saving of water over the past financial year alone. Building on this success, the CTICC commissioned its own reverse osmosis plant.