Mining and Technical Exhibitions (MTE) is headed for Lephalale to host its annual high- impact Lephalale Mining & Industrial Exhibition, incorporating Power Stations. The expo is scheduled to take place at the Mogol Club between 13:00–17:00 tomorrow, 26 October 2023.

MTE returns to Lephalale each year as the area is rich in coal reserves and is often touted as the ‘the future of power generation in South Africa’. It is home to the Grootegeluk coal mine and the Matimba and Medupi power stations, making it an ideal location for an MTE expo showcasing the latest innovative solutions geared for the mining and power industries.

This expo is particularly popular as it brings industry operators to the coalface of the latest innovation, while suppliers can experience ‘power-ful’ networking opportunities.

What’s in it for exhibitors?

Perfectly placed to showcase innovations, suppliers will have the opportunity to meet key operational mining management and personnel face-to-face.

What about the visitors?

Visitors enter free of charge to see the latest technology to safely power production efficiencies. Visitors can interact with relevant suppliers in a single location, as MTE – after having visited operations in the area ahead of time – customises the expo to ensure that the specific needs of surrounding operations are catered to. Just a few hours out of the office are required to meet over 50 suppliers!

Visitors can expect to see experts and innovations

Contact Andrew Macnamara on +27 (0) 82 720 0083 or go to mteexpos.co.za for more information.

An aerial shot of the MTE 2023 Kathu trade show – where 115 exhibitors and just under 500 visitors were hosted in the Northern Cape combo tour. Image credt: C-Chip

An aerial shot of the MTE 2023 Kathu trade show – where 115 exhibitors and just under 500 visitors were hosted in the Northern Cape combo tour. Image credt: C-Chip