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South Africa’s Tshwane Events Centre to host the Railways and Harbour's Conference

  • Published by Vedat

Tshwane's premier and most versatile venue, the Tshwane Events Centre, has the capacity, versatility and capability to host any national or international event, from small intimate meetings of 10 delegates to mega conventions, exhibitions and events.

There are few venues that can accommodate 10 000 convention delegates, whilst hosting the exhibition.

Due to the attraction, appeal and diversity of the venue, the largest rail and harbour event, the Railways and Harbour’s Conference and Exhibition, confirmed Tshwane Events Centre as their 2013 venue.

This event is an opportunity for businesses involved in the rail, rolling stock or infrastructure, mining, harbours, intermodal, communication and signalling and passenger services to showcase their products and services.

For the first time in many years, the Government spend on rail should be felt in multiple supporting industries. This growth will open opportunities for local companies to form partnerships with international companies or expand their operations to gain a meaningful foothold globally.

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