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Conference an essential gathering of maritime stakeholders

28 Nov 2012 10:14
Africadredging website reports that the 2nd annual Dredging & Port Expansion Africa 2013 will be held from 28 to 31 January, 2013 in Durban, at a venue yet to be confirmed.
This is the only event of its kind on the African continent, Africa's premier event for port expansion and dredging optimisation and is the essential gathering of maintenance and capital dredging and port construction and development thought-leaders from around the continent and the world.

The 2nd annual Dredging & Port Expansion Africa 2013 offers an opportunity to meet and share knowledge with key stakeholders including Ports, Port Authorities, Dredging Contractors, Environmental Consultants, Oil & Gas and Mining Companies and Government Environmental Authorities, according to Africadredging.

This is an exciting and challenging time in the industry, as new, exciting port construction projects get underway in Mozambique, Angola, Djibouti, Kenya and elsewhere. Attendees will hear exclusive case studies from South, East and West Africa as well as international keynote addresses and talks from major dredging contractors, presented by over 20 speakers from numerous African countries, and from around the world, Africadredging website says.

Read the full article on www.africadredging.com
    
 
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