Electra Mining Botswana Put The Spotlight On All That’s New
Taking place at the Gabarone Fairgrounds from 12-14 September, Electra Mining Botswana enabled over 2,000 visitors to connect with over 100 local and international exhibitors, engage with technical experts, network with peers and speak with industry organisations.
A highlight for the show was welcoming the Honourable Mokgweetsi Masisi, Vice President of the Republic of Botswana. Guest of A.S.A Enterprises, Distributor Agent for Roscoe Moss, an exhibitor at Electra Mining Botswana, the Vice President took some time to walk around the show and meet with various exhibitors as well as with the exhibition organisers Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery and Botswana-based Soapbox Communications.
Early feedback from exhibitors confirms that they have been extremely happy with the results of the three day show and many have already booked their space for the fourth edition of Electra Mining Botswana, which will take place from 10-12 September 2019 at the Gaborone Fairgrounds.
New products were unveiled at Electra Mining Botswana with many live demonstrations taking place and technical presentations given.
Visitors were also able to benefit from the daily free-to-attend seminars, which provided valuable knowledge and insight across a range of topics. The seminars were packed with delegates each day and this high attendance confirmed the value offered.
Amongst the seminar speakers was Charles Siwawa, CEO of the Botswana Chamber of Mines who spoke about the roadmap to Botswana’s minerals, provided an overview of the current market situation, highlighted what government planning is scheduled for the next fiscal period, and outlined the various challenges and opportunities faced by industry.
In addition to the free-to-attend seminars, Multotec Botswana ran a two day technical workshop during Electra Mining Botswana. The workshop was conducted by senior Multotec product specialists and covered Botswana-relevant applications.
The Botswana Ministry of Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security (formerly the Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources) endorsed Electra Mining Botswana again this year, with support also given by the Botswana Chamber of Mines and the South African Capital Equipment Export Council, both of whom also exhibited.
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