The KwaZulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition (KITE) has been announced for 2019. To be held between 24 and 26 July 2019 at the Durban Exhibition Centre, the exhibition will provide exhibitors with direct access to the region’s top decision makers, according to the event organisers.

KwaZulu Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition announced for 2019“Industry has already experienced a growing wave of development in 3D printing, laser welding and advanced joining, as displayed by a number of exhibitors at KITE 2017. We expect to see additional technologies and solutions coming to the fore at next year’s exhibition, making this the ideal platform for South African industrial technology companies to demonstrate their capabilities,” says Nick Sarnadas, portfolio director at Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery.

He adds that the positive impact the Fourth Industrial Revolution (FIR) is having on the future of manufacturing, together with the fact that the manufacturing sector is rebounding, bode well for a positive growth trajectory in the sector. “KwaZulu-Natal’s top manufacturing and industrial technology companies will once again have the opportunity to showcase their products and services to a captive audience,” he says.

Sarnadas says that 80% of attendees at KITE 2017 made or influenced purchasing decisions and over half of the visitors had not attended the event before. “This means that exhibitors have a perfect opportunity to influence receptive buyers in a non-invasive manner. Research shows that the selling time cycle is dramatically reduced at trade shows, thereby allowing exhibitors to effortlessly increase their customer footprint, while at the same time introducing new technologies and solutions to their current customers.”

Stand bookings and tickets are available at www.kznindustrial.co.za.

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