Electra Mining Expo September 2012

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Ranked as the second largest mining show in the world and with global recognition for its broad reach across mining, construction, industrial and power generation industry sectors, this year’s Electra Mining Africa exhibition at the Nasrec Expo Centre from 10-14 September is likely to once again prove its status as a world-class event attracting high numbers of quality exhibitors and visitors, both benefiting from the platform created to showcase the latest in products, services, technologies and trends.
Electra Mining Africa is held every 2 years.  In  2010 the exhibition attracted over 35,000 visitors with strong buying power and influence. More than  730 local and international exhibitors participated at the venue, which is stretched across the 33,000m² of floor space and outside display areas.
In addition to the thousands of local visitors, a high number of international visitors also converged at the event with delegates traveling from neighbouring African countries as well as from Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, the UK and the USA
The Canadian contingent’s  presence has been arranged by the Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export (CAMESE) of 20 companies, the same size as it was at the 2010 Electra Mining Africa even. CAMESE is a trade association made up of Canadian member companies offering products and services to the mining industry. The association’s more than 300 corporate members across the country supply the entire mining industry spectrum including mineral exploration, mine development, mining, mineral processing, environmental monitoring, smelting and refining.
The association has organised the Canadian representation at Electra Mining Africa since the mid 1990s. It also organises bilateral contact with the African mining industry using its local trade commission offices.
CAMESE has participated at the last nine of these events and highly recommends it to suppliers of equipment and services used in extraction and processing.

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