MTE to move east to Barberton and Ngodwana in December!

By | 2021-11-29T11:07:20+00:00 November 29th, 2021|

 The fourth quarter will end on a high for Mining and Technical Exhibitions (MTE), as the team moves east for the last two shows of yet another extraordinary year. With the constant stop-start caused by lockdowns left in the dust, MTE has also just launched the new 2022 Calendar, which promises to “take you where 2021 couldn’t!”

Follow our trail of articles below, as we run you through MTE’s October journey, starting with the Lephalale Mining & Industrial Exhibition, Incorporating Power Stations, moving on to the Sibanye-Stillwater Gold Division Mining and Technical Exhibition, followed by the Lichtenburg Cement & Industrial Exhibition.

The Barberton Mining & Industrial Exhibition and Sappi Ngodwana Paper & Pulp Exhibition are next on the agenda. These expos will run consecutively on 7 and 9 December 2021, respectively. Both shows, though smaller in scale, always pack a big punch, as they are intimate, impactful and well supported by both communities eager to do business.

MTE has tailored the Barberton show to ‘talk to’ the specific gold mining industry requirements in the area. This show has always been extremely successful, and this year promises the same result. Suppliers are encouraged to contact MTE and book for this expo to experience this dynamic selling environment.

MTE will arrive at the Ngodwana Mill on the 9 December. This show is a great example of MTE’s versatility and ability to customise their exhibitions to different industries. The Ngodwana Mill has been in operation since 1966 and is situated amidst Sappi’s own commercial forestry operations. The mill produces 320 000 tonnes of paper pulp for own consumption, 255000 tonnes of dissolving pulp and 380000 tonnes of paper (newsprint and kraft linerboard used for packaging) per annum. This expo will benefit visitors from the mill as well as those from surrounding local industries. Book your stand now, MTE looks forward to seeing you there!

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