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Digital delegate participation


Bringing top trends and insights right to your doorstep with diverse and bold panel discussions and thought-provoking keynotes.


Fostering meaningful connections amongst attendees, regardless of in-person or digital  connect via 1 – 1 chats, video calls, meeting rooms, lounges and more.


Schedule meetings and connect with over 300 professionals from across the SADC transport sector. Not only across the three days – but before, during and after the event.


Bringing you over 20+ leading suppliers from across the globe who will be online and ready to connect with you and share their latest innovations

Prioritising investment in Mozambique’s transport infrastructure

With an extremely fortunate location, Mozambique is the likely exit to most of its landlocked neighbours specifically Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi. The former Portuguese colony has a strong potential for economic growth and competitiveness on the back of its resource bounty and the government’s decision to prioritise investment in its infrastructure. This means Southern Africa is certainly open for business and ready to transform Mozambique into a regional investment hub!

Recently the Mozambican President signed the agreement to launch the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement, looking to guarantee an increase in intra-continental trade. Transport Evolution Mozambique Forum & Showcase thus serves as the platform for imperative discussion around how the SADC region can become more self-reliant and build the next generation of port, rail and road!


Why Attend

Understand how modernising transport infrastructure could boost intra-Africa trade and if Covid-19 was an opportunity to overcome cross-border trade challenges


Hear leading investors and financiers as they share their experience and expectations before investing in transport infrastructure projects

Gain insight from rail authorities as they outline what is needed to overcome hurdles that stagger successful completion

Learn what it will take to lessen the pressure on traditional ports in the region – will gas in Mozambique impact the region’s infrastructure?

Identify best practice for corridor management and what needs
to be done to improve efficiency

Who should attend

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

  • 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

  • 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 Steve Lee on +27 21 700 5507 to discuss our digital offering and how your company can be profiled on this platform.



1o – 12 May 2022

South Africa

29 – 30 November 2021