WHY SPONSOR?

Participating at the Infrastructure Africa Business Forum is an ideal way to position your company as a market leader at this premier event. By sponsoring, you will showcase your brand optimally and generate great brand awareness. The Infrastructure Africa Business Forum provides a major networking platform for decision makers and professionals across all the Infrastructure sectors.

For more information about sponsoring the event, please click here to email, or send an email to info@infrastructure-africa.com with ‘Infrastructure Africa Sponsorship’ in the subject line.

TOP REASONS TO SPONSOR:

  • Meet qualified buyers in a highly targeted environment
  • Generate valuable sales leads
  • Strengthen relationships with existing and loyal customers
  • Test or launch new products
  • Meet important retailers, service providers and vendors
  • Keep up-to-date with your competitors’ developments
  • Showcase your full range of products
2018 SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSOR

Eskom Rotek Industries

Rotek specialises in large scale power plant asset maintenance, owns the capability and capacity to rehabilitate and refurbish old power plant infrastructure, construction of high voltage transmission and distribution network. We do this by employing only the best highly qualified personnel, adhering to high quality standards like ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and using the best equipment and technology.

We are a wholly owned subsidiary of Eskom Enterprises been in existence in various forms for more than a century. We offer tailor-made solutions based on your individual plant walk downs audit, develop proposals to improve your asset life cycle and maximising preventative maintenances techniques.

To know more visit our website: http://www.rotekindustries.co.za/productsandservices/ProductandServicesinfo/Pages/default.aspx

SILVER SPONSOR

ECIC

ECIC is the official export credit agency (ECA) of South African government. ECIC provides insurance that enables South African exporters to offer their services and products on the international market, with a particular focus on emerging markets that are considered too risky for conventional insurers. Its overarching goal and mandate from the South African government is to make South African exporters attractive to international buyers to attract foreign income, stimulate local economic growth and create local jobs.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION COUNTER AND NAME BADGE SPONSOR

PPC Ltd

A leading supplier of cement, lime and related products in southern Africa, PPC has 11 cement factories in six African countries including South Africa, Botswana, DRC, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Zimbabwe and a lime manufacturing facility in South Africa. The commissioning of PPC’s milling depot in Harare, Zimbabwe and the completion of new integrated cement plants in the DRC and Ethiopia during 2017 bring PPC’s capacity to around eleven and a half million tons of cement per year, compared to 8 million tons in 2015.

As part of its strategy and long-term vision, PPC is expanding its operations in South Africa with the modernisation of its PPC Slurry complex outside Mafikeng in the North West province. In April 2018 the new kiln, Slurry kiln 9 (SK9) was fired up for the first time marking a key milestone in the project.

PPC Lime, located in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, is one of the largest lime producers in the southern hemisphere. It produces metallurgical-grade calcitic and dolomitic lime and sinter stone for use mainly in the steel and related industries.

The acquisition of Pronto Holdings, consisting of Pronto Building Materials, Ulula Ash and 3Q Mahuma Concrete, has grown PPC’s footprint in the readymix sector to over 25 batching plants across South Africa and Mozambique and its capacity to produce fly ash to half a million tons.

PPC also produces aggregates in South Africa and Botswana.

Follow PPC on Twitter @PPC_Africa, like us on www.facebook.com/PPC.Cement and visit us at www.ppc.co.za.

COCKTAIL RECEPTION SPONSOR

Department for International Trade (DIT)

The UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to our economy. We are a specialised government body with responsibility for negotiating international trade policy, supporting business, as well as delivering  an outward-looking trade diplomacy strategy.

DIT has offices based in more than 20 British Embassies and High Commissions across Africa, helping UK and African businesses connect with each other.

www.gov.uk/dit

SESSION SPONSORS

White & Case

White & Case is a global law firm with longstanding offices in the markets that matter today. Our on-the-ground experience, cross-border integration and depth of local, US and English-qualified lawyers help our clients work with confidence in any one market or across many. White & Case has been actively advising clients across Africa for more than 40 years. We service the region primarily through our offices in Johannesburg, Cairo, London, Paris and the UAE.

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UK Export Finance (UKEF)

UK Export Finance is the UK’s export credit agency and a government department. We help bring more overseas business to the UK by offering attractive financing terms to overseas buyers when they source from UK companies, ensuring UK businesses are firmly embedded within the global supply chain for major international projects.