ELECTRA MINING AFRICA is the second largest exhibition among the largest industry exhibitions in the world, which attracts exhibitors and visitors from all over the world to its exhibition areas. The event is held once every two years, at the South African National Exhibition Center. The holding of the exhibition Electra Mining Africa is supported by The Chamber of Mines of South Africa – The South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy – The Association of Refractory Enterprises of South Africa – The Association of Conveyor Manufacturers of South Africa and many by others.
Electra Mining Africa is one of the most significant events on the calendar of specialized mining exhibitions. John Kaplan, Chairman of Specialized Exhibitions Montgomery, organizer, claims that Electra Mining Africa has a 42-year history, at the beginning it occupied about 15,000 square meters. m and collected about 150 exhibitors. “Since then, the exhibition has grown significantly and in 2012 it became the largest, gathering more than 800 exhibitors on an area of 36,000 square meters at the Johannesburg Expo Center,” said Kaplan. Among the participants, along with many leading South African companies, authoritative international exhibitors from countries such as Canada, the USA, Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden, Russia, Turkey, India, China and Botswana.
In 2014, Electra Mining Africa was held in conjunction with Elenex Africa 2014, Machine Tools Africa 2014 and Transport Expo 2014, becoming “the ultimate platform for demonstrating a wide range of innovative ideas, products, services, technologies, trends in the mining industry, industry, construction, energy and machine tool industry “.
Among almost 42,000 visitors are specialists from most countries.
EXHIBITION PROFILES: mining engineering and mining equipment- energy – machinery and equipment for energy production and transmission- electrical engineering and electronics- stone processing and jewelry industry, minerals and precious stones- construction industry- transport and logistics- equipment and systems for ensuring work safety, protection health and environmental protection – trade unions, industry associations, technical literature, media.