Over the last two decades, Mozambique has been one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa. The country’s potential is certainly underpinned by its natural resources, and investor interest has grown in the LNG sector in particular.
Mozambique is on the road to immense improvement and to fast track this, our two-day forum will look at some of the top priorities for the next decade during a two-day deep dive into the Southern and Eastern region’s long-term transport infrastructure needs.
New for 2020 – key decision makers will tackle corridor infrastructure during the forum and highlight best practice for corridor management and efficiency to increase intra-Africa trade.
The second annual Transport Evolution Mozambique Forum & Showcase will take place from 13 to 14 May 2020 inside the Port of Maputo.
The inclusion of an additional conference day on 12 May will be hosted by Maputo Port Development Company and will provide country insight into current and future port and rail infrastructure projects.
The content of our forum has been approved by our esteemed Advisory Board, many of whom will speak at the forthcoming forum:
- Aadil Cajee, Head of Infrastructure, Standard Bank Group, South Africa
- Andre Ciseau, Secretary General, PMAESA, Kenya
- Andrew Pike, Head of Ports, Transport and Logistics, Bowmans, South Africa
- Davies Kaluba, General Manager, Mpulungu Harbour Corporation, Zambia
- Jeff Blackbeard, Regional Director Africa and Middle East, Moore, South Africa
- Lourenco Sambo, Executive Director, APIEX, Mozambique
- Mervin Chetty, General Manager Africa, Transnet International Holdings, South Africa
- Nangamso Maponya, Principal Project and Infrastructure Finance Professional, DBSA, South Africa
- Peter Musanga, Senior Corporate Planning Officer, Zambia Rail Limited, Zambia