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Building the next generation of ports and rail in Mozambique

INFRASTRUCTURE – MAINTENANCE – EXPANSION

Building the next generation of ports and rail in Mozambique

Infrastructure is one of Mozambique government’s four investment priorities as it unlocks economic growth and competitiveness. The World Bank forecast $9 billion in revenues from coal and gas alone by 2032, while exciting opportunities also exist in agricultural, oil, graphite and other commodities.

To efficiently manage current and future demand new ports and connecting railway infrastructure must be built while existing ports and railway infrastructure must be expanded and upgraded. Improved regional integration will provide better transport connections and encourage trade between countries. Mozambique enjoys a privileged and strategic location as the natural exit for most of its landlocked neighbors. 

Mozambique Ports and Rail Evolution is Mozambique’s only dedicated ports and rail mega event that brings the entire value chain of suppliers and buyers together thus enabling the region to reach its full potential in port and rail efficiency and increase the throughput of cargo and passengers alike.

 

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With over USD 12bn worth of infrastructure projects being rolled out for the region, all eyes are on Mozambique, sitting on the cusp of an infrastructure boom. There is no better time than now to put the limelight on Mozambique and neighbouring countries to discuss opportunities in the sector at the upcoming Mozambique Ports & Rail Evolution, taking place in Maputo in May 2019.

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The first annual Mozambique Ports & Rail Evolution will be the meeting place for transport professionals from across the region to get together and talk about the development of transport infrastructure connecting Mozambique and neighbouring countries.

Event at a glance

150

high level conference participants

25+

expert industry speakers

10+

regional ports and rail authorities in attendance

2+

day strategic conference

Why you can’t miss Mozambique Ports & Rail Evolution

 

Get facilitated access to doing business in Eastern and Southern Africa’s burgeoning transport sector

 

Increase connectivity, integration, throughput and efficiency in the region

 

Meet leading ports and rail authority professionals

 

Source solutions to increase the efficiency and productivity of your operation

New in 2019!

5 new dedicated sectors across the exhibition floor: Port infrastructure & expansion, Port Operations, Maintenance security & IT, Rolling stock & locomotives and Rail infrastructure

Ports and rail stakeholders all together under one roof: Uniting ports and rail professionals to provide a comprehensive approach to critical discussions around regional connectivity and local development strategy

Facilitated access to one of Africa’s largest economies: Held for the first time in Nigeria, the conference provides a strategic gateway for doing business across West Africa through inside access to Africa’s most populous nation and one of its largest economies.

Interactive content covering project finance for ports and rail infrastructure, future-proofing infrastructure with disruptive technologies and developing an integrated, connected West Africa able to close the infrastructure gap through strategic concessions, public-private partnerships and a favorable regulatory climate for trade and investment

Creating deal-making platforms across the continent

  • Engr. Chidi Izuwah Director General Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission The Presidency Nigeria

    “South African and Nigerian bilateral relations are key to unlocking Africa’s economic prowess.”

    Engr. Chidi K. C. Izuwah Snr
    Director General
    Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission

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