Business decision-makers, purchasing influencers and other industry professionals will be heading to Electra Mining Botswana in September.
Business decision-makers, purchasing influencers and other industry professionals will be heading to Electra Mining Botswana in September. As the largest mining, industrial and power generation trade exhibition in the region, visitors will be looking for the latest products, technologies and services as well as to network, develop supplier relationships and engage with industry organisations and government.
Taking place at the Gabarone Fairgrounds from 12-14 September, Electra Mining Botswana will enable visitors to connect with over 100 local and international exhibitors, gain access to technical experts on the stands and have the opportunity to view live demonstrations of products and machinery. Visitors will also benefit from the daily programme of free-to-attend seminars *.
Amongst the speakers at the seminar series will be Charles Siwawa, CEO of the Botswana Chamber of Mines. His presentation will be the roadmap to Botswana’s minerals and will provide an overview of the current market situation as well as highlighting what government planning is scheduled for the next fiscal period, as well as the various challenges and opportunities faced by industry.
Fred Jansen, Secretary of the Botswana Chamber of Mines, will speak about enhancing and promoting occupational health and safety in SADC mining. He will talk about the current occupational health and safety challenges facing the Botswana mining sector and how can they be mitigated.
The Role of Mining in Botswana’s Past and Future Economic Development will be the topic presented by Keith Jefferis, Managing Director of Econsult Botswana. He will offer an outlook on the factors influencing pricing, supply and demand of mining commodities. He will also highlight the key drivers, trends, forecasts and potential growth expectations.
Mandla Zembe, Head of Protection Services at Anglo American Platinum will talk about the importance of mining security, from pit to port. Keeping massive mine sites secure from intruders poses large logistical and technological challenges for operators. During this talk, visitors will gain an understanding of the challenges faced with regard to securing mines and their respective value chains.
Making beneficiation work and strategies for empowering local employment is the topic of the presentation that will be given byDr. Oagile Kanyeto, President of the Botswana Institution of Engineers.
Eric Delabrousse, Sales Executive for Africa Rocketmine, will speak about the integration of technology in mining and with regard to the blast monitoring and fragmentation analysis solution which utilises drones, enhances efficiencies, reduces risks, lowers costs and maximizes data output.
Other topics will include the funding of power projects in Sub Saharan Africapresented by Kabo Molimi, Client Relationship Manager at the Rand Merchant Bank, Botswana. Developing Botswana’s mining value chain and transport infrastructure update will be the topic presented by Lovemore Bingandadi who is the Program Manager & Technical Adviser for the Tripartite, Transport and Trade Facilitation Programme [TTTFP], SADC Secretariat- Infrastructure & Services Directorate.
Werner Nehrling who is a Senior Associate at Bryanston Resources will speak about sensor and automation solutions for the harsh mining environment and Tommy Thompson who is the Lead Consultant for OT Cyber Security at Nclose, will speak about technological advances revolutionising mining.
Other speakers include Chris Wood, Director at Partiton Enterprises, Tony Mouton, Mark Scheme and Quality Manager at Mining and Surface Certification (MASC), and Emmanuel Reynier, the Regional Technical Specialist – Mining & Industrials Fuel & Lubriacant Applications Tribologist at Southern, Central & Eastern Africa TOTAL.
In addition to the free-to-attend seminars, Multotec Botswana will be running a two day technical workshop during Electra Mining Botswana. One of the company’s strategic priorities is to provide technical excellence to customers and this includes offering training. Multotec has a four-tier skills transfer approach incorporating from basic product and safety training through to detailed application and technical training. Electra Mining Botswana will provide an excellent platform for this technical training to take place. The workshop will be conducted by senior Multotec product specialists and covers Botswana-relevant applications. For more information, contact Kris Vergote, General Manager – Multotec Botswana at email email@example.com
The Botswana Ministry of Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security (formerly the Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources) has endorsed Electra Mining Botswana again this year. Support has also been given by the Botswana Chamber of Mines and the South African Capital Equipment Export Council, both of whom will be exhibiting.
Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery is a member of the prestigious Montgomery Group, one of the most widely respected exhibition companies in the world with trade shows, consumer shows and specialist projects currently spanning Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. They are also a member of the Association of African Exhibition Organisers (AAXO).
Soapbox Communications is a diversified and 100% Botswana citizen-owned Company, which has brought great insight, experience and knowledge to the show which will benefit all stakeholders involved.
*The seminar programme is subject to change. The programme can be viewed at www.electramining.co.bw
For more information, contact:
Charlene Hefer Vuyiswa Mojela
Portfolio Director: Mining and Industrial Director
Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery Soapbox Communications