On 15 and 16 October, gain an understanding as to why the investment landscape looks the way it does and gain insight into the impact it will have on Africa’s transport infrastructure in 2020.
Tetra4 will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) locally and sell it to transport companies, to reduce reliance on imported diesel.
The Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC) co-ordinated the Automotive and Mobility Workshop that culminated in a signed mutual agreement between the Italian and Gauteng based universities.
The adoption of the TAC Masterplan and consequent public funding for infrastructure development, will create partnership opportunities for the private sector.
The AIDC highly recommend that all automotive organisations, government departments from all spheres of government, its agencies and all other stakeholders seeks participation.
The United Kingdom is an important market for South African and Western Cape exports. It was the Western Cape’s second largest export destination in 2018, and South Africa’s fourth largest.
The location of the Musina-Makhado SEZ, with links to Zimbabwe, Botswana and Mozambique, promotes the Trans-Limpopo Spatial Development Initiative.
Sector insight and highlights of current major international and local players in this overview of the automotive sector in KwaZulu-Natal.
The Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC) and Nissan South Africa, today hosted a government delegation from Egypt at the Automotive Supplier Park in Rosslyn. The delegation is on a fact-finding mission into the South African automotive sector.
An exciting new maritime awareness programme was launched Wednesday, 4 September to encourage South Africa’s youth to not only dip their feet into the endless possibilities of career exploration in the maritime industry, but to “dive in” by getting immersed into a future career in the oceans economy.