Mining and Technical Exhibitions (MTE) has hit the road running this year and there is so much more on the cards…
The customary local Cullinan show on 24 February was a great success! The diamond district was upbeat and welcoming. A number of key visitors from the Cullinan Diamond Mine and the surrounding industry attended and networked with the 23 suppliers exhibiting their products and services. Suppliers reported great discussions and beneficial feedback from decision makers in the industry as well as mine personnel sharing industry challenges, while the visitors enjoyed the display and demos of high-tech solutions.
MTE Cullinan Mining & Technical Exhibition. 24 February 2022, Cullinan Community Sports Centre. Image credit: ©MTE
Expect the Amandelbult Mining & Industrial Exhibition 2022 to be a show with a difference! The exhibition has been incorporated in Tumela Mine’s Golf Day at the Amandelbult Rec Club on Saturday, 5 March.
The Amandelbult mining complex comprises the Dishaba and Tumela underground mines, the Zizwe Batlase open pit operation, and the concentrator, chrome recovery plant and mine waste facilities. The exhibition will showcase technology/innovation in the mining and engineering space, and will include other focal points such as LED lighting, conveyor belt technology, pumps, hydraulics, dust suppression, automation and much more.
There is also a great deal of excitement around the MTE’s first cross-border expos in two years – the ‘Botswana Combo’ shows at Letlhakane, Palapye, and Jwaneng – scheduled for 14 March, 16 March, and 18 March, respectively. Go to www.africanmining.co.za for more information on the amazing developments in the country: Botswana: Conducive to mining investment. Book now to avoid disappointment!
The first quarter will end with the Phalaborwa Mining and Industrial Exhibition on 31 March where copper and phosphate are the focus for the industry, and emeralds, antimony and fluorspar will feature too.