Johannesburg: The market for construction and mining machinery in sub-Saharan Africa holds great potential–a fact that is reflected in the level of interest in BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA. Many major players in the industry have already signed up to exhibit. The next edition of this International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines and Construction Vehicles takes place from September 15 to 18, 2015 at the Johannesburg Expo Centre (JEC).
Samantha Swanepoel, General Manager of Marketing at Barloworld Equipment, certainly understands the importance of this event: “BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA serves as an excellent opportunity to unveil new Cat® equipment technologies and earthmoving solutions to our Southern African mining, construction and industrial customer base.”
Gary Bell, CEO of Bell Equipment, adds: “Geared at two of our major sectors, construction and mining, BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA is a prime opportunity to showcase Bell as the continent’s home grown, one-stop shop for quality equipment solutions. We are excited that BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA 2015 promises to build on the inaugural show by attracting more industry role players and generating positive spin-offs for the region, the industry and our customers.”
Other key players to premiere at the show
Not only are the likes of Barloword Equipment and Bell Equipment choosing BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA as a networking platform in sub-Saharan Africa. Other major players have also signed up, among them, for the first time, are Case Construction, Deutz Dieselpower, MTU, New Holland Construction, Scania, Ulma and WACO.
Nine international pavilions planned
The excellent uptake by major companies is matched by a high level of interest from abroad: So far, nine countries and regions are planning to organize joint presentations of exhibitors at the show. These are: China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, North America, Spain, the UK and the Walloon Region.
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