KZN Industrial Technology Exhibition is a platform created to display the diversity of industrial technology and services, specifically suited to the KwaZulu-Natal region.
Recognising the importance of the packaging, food processing, plastics, printing & labelling industry sectors in South Africa, a Propak Africa Pavilion has been added to the KwaZulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition (KITE) 2017 event.
Leveraging the success of the tri-annual Propak Exhibition, the co-located Propak Africa Pavilion is the perfect complement to KwaZulu-Natal’s leading industrial technology exhibition.
The SAIMechE Seminar Theatre returns to the KwaZulu-Natal Technology Exhibition (KITE) in 2017 with great speakers and topics.
Please keep checking for more details regarding the programme for SAIMechE Seminar Theatre
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KZN Industrial Technology Exhibition 2017 will take place over three days on the following dates and times:
Wednesday, 26 July 2017
09h00 - 17h00
Thursday, 27 July 2017
09h00 - 17h00
Friday, 28 July 2017
09h00 - 17h00
The venue for the exhibition will is Durban Exhibition Centre, KZN, South Africa.Sign up for email updates
|9h30||2017 Economic outlook – implications for the KZN manufacturing industry||View Description|
|10h15||Top 5 Industrial automation trends for 2017 and beyond||View Description|
|11h15||Improving recyclability: Challenges & opportunities facing the packaging industry||View Description|
|12h30||Opportunities for South African manufacturing: Embracing Industry 4.0||View Description|
|13h15||SAIMechE topic||View Description|
|14h00||Safety works! Managing & implementing occupational health & safety policies||View Description|
|9h30||Contributing to economic development: Trade & Investment in KZN||View Description|
|10h15||Six Sigma: The lowdown to manufacturing transformation||View Description|
|11h15||The dawn of smart factories: reducing the costs of downtime & maximising productivity||View Description|
|12h30||Smart Materials: Reaching new frontiers in science and technology||View Description|
|13h15||Growing water concerns driving new initiatives in industrial water efficiency||View Description|
|14h00||Developing and expanding the South African plastics industry||View Description|
|9h30||SAIMechE topic||View Description|
|10h15||Understanding the implications of the revised BBBEE Codes: ramifications for the industrial manufacturing sector||View Description|
|11h15||Does the thought of Industry 4.0 intimidate you? Concerns and challenges for South African manufacturers||View Description|
|12h30||Skills development vs collaborative robots – factors driving employment?||View Description|
|13h15||From the steam engine to the smart factory: The Internet of Things (IoT) in automation||View Description|
|14h00||Energy intelligence: Renewable, integrated and efficient energy systems||View Description|
*Programme subject to change. The organisers reserve the right to change the programme.
Information for visitors and exhibitors regarding a visa:
Persons requiring a visa to enter South Africa need to submit their application to the show team with all their necessary documents.
Please complete the VISA invitation form and send it back promptly.
For visitors, the issuance of a visa letter is conditional on the registration of an event ticket for the corresponding trade exhibition.VISA Application Form