Heavy Haul Rail Africa 2013

Heavy Haul Rail Africa 2013 :18-19 September 2013 | Radisson Blu Gautrain Hotel, Sandton Johannesburg .Don’t miss the only event in Africa developed specifically for the benefit of the heavy haul rail sector!

Heavy Haul Rail Africa 2013 will cover all the relevant issues including government and resource sector perspectives on future developments in heavy haul rail infrastructure, opportunities to source relevant funding, regulatory progress, challenges in planning and construction, rolling stock requirements, maintenance and capacity enhancement.

Key Conference Topics include:

Rail safety and security
Pit to port logistics
Automation in heavy haul transportation
Asset management and maintenance
Infrastructure financing and investment
Remote project challenges
Integrating rail with port expansions
Capacity and productivity enhancement

Who will I meet?

Take the opportunity to meet face-to-face with senior representatives across mining and rail sector – both across Africa and globally – and start relationships with key people that will benefit your business for years to come. Attendees will include CEOs plus operations and project managers from resource companies plus rail operator representatives, engineers, government officials, legal and financial advisers & financers.

Companies in attendance at Heavy Haul Rail Africa 2012 included:

Transnet Freight Holdings
Invensys Rail Dimentronic
Ultratech Cement South Africa
Speno Rail Maintenance
Hatch Aurecon
Kumba Iron Ore
Eskom Holdings
Thales South Africa
African Energy Resources Botswana
Rand Merchant Bank
Gibb South Africa

Running one day ahead of the Heavy Haul Rail Africa 2013 conference is the Rail Rehabilitation and Asset Management 2013 conference, aiming to examine rail rehabilitation techniques for Africa moving forward and, beyond that ensuring that rail assets are at the core of operational performance and profitability throughout their lifecycle through the application of leading asset management principals.

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