THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has introduced a specialised Infrastructure and Built Environment Exhibition called “AfriConfex”, whose inaugural edition is slated for October.
THIS year’s Mining, Engineering and Transport Expo (Mine Entra) will be held between July 20 and 22 at the international exhibition centre, organisers of the event have announced.
Preparations for this year’s edition of the Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) expo have reached advanced stage, with 115 exhibitors having so far confirmed participation.
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa is set to headline the country’s leading Mining, Engineering and Transport exhibition (Mine Entra) to be held in Bulawayo in the next few weeks.
Zimbabwe’s biggest Mining, Transport and Engineering Expo’s (Mine Entra) preparations have gathered momentum with 115 exhibitors having booked for the exhibition which will take place later this month.
ZIMBABWE’s premier mining, Engineering and Transport expo (Mine Entra) is set to bounce back following a one-year absence due to COVID-19.
According to the organizers of the event, Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company, the exhibition will be held from the 3 rd to the 5th of November next month.
Last year the specialized exhibition was held virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE country’s biggest mining, engineering and transport expo, Mine Entra is set to bounce back after a two year sabbatical with the showcase slated for next month at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre (ZIEC) in Bulawayo.
The specialised 25th edition of the mining, engineering and transport expo, Mine Entra, which provides a platform for local and international players to engage, will spring back to life from the 20th to the 22nd of July.
AFTER a two-year absence, the country’s leading Mining, Engineering and Transport exhibition bounces back in July in Bulawayo.
MOMENTUM is building up for the 62nd edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) with 71 first-time direct exhibitors coming on board, pushing the total number of confirmed participants to 514, officials have said.
ZAMBIAN manufacturing companies are eyeing investment opportunities in Zimbabwe and would be participating at the 62nd edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair next week.