Exhibition space is in high demand for next year’s KwaZulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition (KITE) which will be held at the Durban Exhibition Centre from 9 to 12 June 2015.
The biennial event is the province’s leading industrial showcase offering exhibitors a unique marketing opportunity.
Established in 1984, KITE has become a key component in the industry’s exhibition calendar, and the 16th installment promises another opportunity for local and international businesses to showcase their products and services while providing a platform for business networking.
“The 2015 exhibition is themed ‘Innovation through Technology’ with a focus on clean, green technology,” explained managing director for Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, Gary Corin.
“Next year’s event will also feature more robotics technology, alongside an array of other advanced technological types.”
The 2013 edition had 5 131 visitors with 1 621 of them first-timers. The visitor profile of KITE consists of members from South Africa’s industrial technology sectors. These include senior decision-makers, stakeholders, directors, managers, contractors, developers, engineers, regional government personnel, municipalities, planners and owners.
Exhibitors are given the opportunity to deliver messages directly to a serious buying audience, while also conducting key industry research. They will represent a range of economic sectors in the industrial world including robotics, chemical and plastic technologies, electrical and electronic technologies, engineering supplies, information and communication technology, logistics and supply chain management, mechanical and materials handling technologies, automation and electronics, safety, health and environmental technologies.