The world class city of Durban is more than ready for this year Manufacturing Indaba KwaZulu Natal

The world class city of Durban is more than ready for this year Manufacturing Indaba KwaZulu Natal

DURBAN – The third annual MANUFACTURING INDABA KwaZulu-Natal will bring together government and business on the 14th September 2017 at the Durban International Convention Centre to bolster the province’s manufacturing sectors, unlock the untapped potential and explore new partnerships and opportunities for manufacturing growth.

With participation from the Department of Trade & Industry (the dti), the conference will introduce and update delegates on the latest incentive schemes, programmes and opportunities that are relevant to manufacturers in KwaZulu-Natal.

Successful manufacturing CEOs and executives are also presenting and taking part in interactive panel sessions and delegates will learn trade secrets of manufacturing success and find out what it takes to grow their operations to the next level.

“KwaZulu-Natal has world-class manufacturing industries, which given the necessary input, tools and collaboration, can be taken to the next level. There is a lot of traction with the province pushing to grow manufacturing in the Province. The aim of the Manufacturing Indaba KwaZulu-Natal in September is to focus on and boost the growth potential of the province’s key manufacturing industry sectors and to provide a platform for interactive sessions with the prime movers of the nation’s manufacturing sectors,” said Liz Hart, Managing Director of the Manufacturing Indaba.

The speakers and experts on the programme have been identified based on the unique insights and perspectives they are able to share with manufacturers to make smart and informed decisions to improve the province’s manufacturing competitiveness.

ABOUT THE MANUFACTURING INDABA
South Africa’s economy is under pressure on several fronts and business confidence is at a low. The nation’s manufacturing industries continue to face tremendous challenges; increasing production and wage costs, a shrinking manufacturing base, global market volatility, and the threat of other emerging economies which continue to threaten the growth of South African manufacturers. The success of the nation depends on a strong and innovative manufacturing base and we must continue to work together to promote prosperity through manufacturing, science and innovation.

The aim of the Manufacturing Indaba 2017 and its provincial roadshows is to focus on and boost the growth potential of key industry sectors, namely: automotive, construction, metals, forestry, paper & packaging, chemicals, aerospace & defence, industry products and services, and to provide a platform for informative and interactive sessions with the prime movers of the nation’s manufacturing sectors

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