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Prioritising investment in Mozambique’s transport infrastructure

With its strategic location and long stretch of coastline, Mozambique is ideally placed to connect its landlocked neighbours Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi and to increase links with neighbouring South Africa as its major trading partner.  With its strong potential for economic growth and competitiveness on the back of its resource bounty, Mozambique is set to play a pivotal role in intra-African trade and transport. 

As more and more SADC countries ratify and begin implementing the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement, Southern Africa is open for business and ready to transform Mozambique into a regional investment hub!

Transport Evolution Mozambique Forum & Showcase, the only transport event in Mozambique, will once again bring together the full spectrum of transport authorities and industry stakeholders from the public and private sector to engage and collaborate in crucial discussions on how Mozambique and its SADC partners can build the next generation of port, rail and road.

Through presentations, case studies and interactive panel debates, our solutions-focused 2-day programme will unpack concrete examples of strategies for closing the infrastructure gap, addressing topics such as:

  • Updates on expansion projects in maritime, rail and road transport in Mozambique
  • How effectively are SADC countries implementing AfCFTA, and how does transport infrastructure need to evolve?
  • Solutions for achieving regional integration through effective trade corridors
  • “Infostructure” at work – specific examples of improving transport efficiencies through digitalisation
  • Reducing carbon emissions across transport networks
    Examples of public-private sector collaboration and PPPs
  • Update on oil and gas projects in Mozambique, and implications for trade and transport corridors
  • Strategies for reducing port inefficiencies and bottlenecks
  • Developing sustainable road infrastructure to support economic growth and strengthen supply chains
  • Update on rail developments in Mozambique and the region

WHY ATTEND

Identify best practices and lessons learned for effective corridor management

Hear concrete examples of digitalisation projects in road, rail and sea

Gain insights on PPP projects in Mozambique and the region

Meet the transport authorities and leading stakeholders from Mozambique’s transport sector and the region

Update your knowledge of AfCFTA implementation across the SADC region and the implications for trade and transport infrastructure

Learn from the major transport authorities on what it takes to improve efficiencies and improve cross-border and cross-sector collaboration

Understand the latest developments in oil and gas in Mozambique and what this could mean for transport and trade corridors

Who should attend

PORTS PROFESSIONALS

PORTS PROFESSIONALS

  • C-level representatives
  • Director Generals
  • Managing Directors
  • Heads of Department
  • General Managers
  • Terminal Operators
  • Harbour Masters
  • Port Engineers
  • Port Directors
  • Customs Officials
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Investors
RAIL PROFESSIONALS

RAIL PROFESSIONALS

  • C-level representatives
  • Inspectors
  • Signalling engineers
  • Investors
  • Technical Officers
  • HSSE Directors
  • Principal Track Engineers
  • Engineering Directors
  • Procurement Managers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Rolling Stock Engineers
  • Project Directors
ROAD & CORRIDOR PROFESSIONALS

ROAD & CORRIDOR PROFESSIONALS

  • C-level representatives
  • Road Construction & Rehabilitation
  • Planning & Design
  • Road Maintenance
  • Procurement Managers
  • PPP Managers
  • Infrastructure Planning Directors
  • Directors of Policy, Strategy & Compliance
  • Directors of Road Asset & Corridor Management
  • Supply Chain Management

Contact Natalie Kruger on +27 21 700 5506 to discuss our delegate offering and how your company can be profiled on this platform.

PART OF THE GLOBAL SERIES OF TRANSPORT EVOLUTION FORUMS

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Mozambique

May 2023

South Africa

28 – 29 September 2022