MTE Lephalale Expo 2017

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Mogol Golf Club  
3 August 2017  
13:00 to 17:30  
Visitors: 
Grootegeluk Coal Mine
Matimba Power Station
Medupi Power Station
Local industry
 

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  STAND RATES
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   1-5 shows   R9 600
  6-11 shows  R8 500
  12+ shows  R7 800
  2 x Combos  R15 100
  3 x Combos  R19 800

Lephalale (formerly known as Ellisras) is located immediately east of the Waterberg coalfield, which means that, not only is it a mining town of the highest calibre, but it is also ripe with growth potential.

Lephalale, or as it was originally known Ellisras, was established in 1960 and named for the original farm owners, Patrick Ellis and Piet Erasmus. In 2002 Ellisras was renamed Lephalale a word which is derived from the Setswana word, meaning ‘to flow’.

Because of its vast coal reserves, Lephalale is often touted as the ‘the future of power generation in South Africa’. In fact, the town is situated in the middle of one of the biggest development projects in South Africa, including the new Medupi Power Station, a projected Sasol plant and the Mabula coal project in Botswana.

Exhibitors we would like to see include smaller construction companies for projects, rock breakers, fire suppression systems, conveyor technology, scrapers, detection systems on conveyors, dust suppression systems and variable speed drives; as well as suppliers of controls and instrumentation, temperature measurement and convertors, PLCs, earthing and lightning protection, CTS systems and fire detection.


Stats
- This is our 13th exhibition in the area.
- We had 184 registered visitors and
43 exhibitors booked at the last exhibition. 


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