Africa as a Region of Opportunity: Outlook, Projects and Entering the Market

Africa has been in the project spotlight for many years and things certainly don’t seem to be slowing down. Across the continent, a wealth of projects are in the pipeline and underway, with almost all project professionals looking at ways to have a seat at the table. The geographical connection between the Middle East and Africa positions local Middle East companies in an advantageous spot to successfully collaborate on projects in Africa. This session will bring together key logistics players from across Africa to discuss the current state of play in key countries on the continent, outlook in terms of upcoming opportunities and top tips for being successful in entering the market.


Monday 13 February 16:10 - 17:00 Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE

Breakbulk Main Stage

Add to calendar 02/13/2023 16:10 02/13/2023 17:00 Africa as a Region of Opportunity: Outlook, Projects and Entering the Market

Africa has been in the project spotlight for many years and things certainly don’t seem to be slowing down. Across the continent, a wealth of projects are in the pipeline and underway, with almost all project professionals looking at ways to have a seat at the table. The geographical connection between the Middle East and Africa positions local Middle East companies in an advantageous spot to successfully collaborate on projects in Africa. This session will bring together key logistics players from across Africa to discuss the current state of play in key countries on the continent, outlook in terms of upcoming opportunities and top tips for being successful in entering the market.

Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE Europe/Istanbul
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Moderators

Rafael Vicens

Head of Global Projects & Industry Solutions MEA , DB Schenker Middle East

Speakers

Ashish Sheth

Chairman & MD, Sarjak

Christina Prieser

Associate Partner, HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH

Gagan Sekaria

Director of Global Investments, Red Sea Gateway Terminal

Mohamed Abdellahi Yaha

CEO, Maurilog