2019 PARTNERS

Premium Bitumen Partner

Kasra Bitumen Refining LTD has been the one of top bitumen supplier for East Africa Markets and especially Kenya since 2 years ago. KBR has started importing bitumen in new steel drums to the Kenya’s domestic market since its start.

 

We have been storing Bitumen drums in our warehouses in Mombasa and Nairobi. We are in position to offer our product based on Kenyan Shilling with variety of payment methods through well-known African banks. By the help of experienced experts in KBR LTD, we are able to import the cargo in Mombasa port in shortest possible time and deliver the cargo by truck to any city in the region. KBR has been supplying other neighboring countries such as, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Zanzibar base on CFR basis as well.

 

In the shadow of our high quality bitumen, we aim to have the major share of east Africa markets in 2019. To achieve such a goal, we are increasing our volume, keeping our quality the same and giving the best ground transportation service in the region.

Associate Sponsor

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Workshop Partner

The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) Business Foundation (NBF) is a non-profit organistion that coordinates private sector efforts aimed at Africa's economic growth and development in alignment with the NEPAD thematic areas.

Through signed MoU's with the African Union (AU), NEPAD Agency and the SADC Secretariat, among others, the NBF and its private sector stakeholders are able to implement interventions that complement teh development efforts by governments across the continent.

The organisation operates as a pan-African institution with interventions and operation in over 36 African countries.

The British Chamber of Commerce Kenya (BCCK) represents members’ business interests and promotes trade links between Kenya and Great Britain.

 

We work closely with the British high Commission, Department for International Trade and other British Chambers in the UK and in Europe. We have been operating in the region since 2004, through the British Business Association of Kenya.

 

The British Chamber of Commerce Kenya (BCCK) has a membership that is continuously growing, currently with over 260 active members ranging from FTSE 100 companies to individual British Consultants working in Kenya. The membership is wide spread and multi sectorial, adding value to the economic development of Kenya.”

The Association of Southern African National Road Agencies (ASANRA) was established in 2001 under charter in line with SADC Protocol on Transport, Communication and Meteorology.

The main goal of the Association is to enhance regional policy coordination and road transport systems integration with the key objectives of improving intra-regional road transport efficiency and reducing transport costs.

The Association has ten active members and these include Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.  The other members are Swaziland and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

ASANRA is governed by a board of directors comprising Chief Executive Officers of the National Roads Authorities or relevant government official where a roads agency is not yet instituted.

ASANRA implements strategic activities through six standing committees.

MEDIA PARTNERS

Construction Review, www.constructionreviewonline.com, is a leading African monthly construction journal for the construction industry.

For over 20-years the magazine has enjoyed the readership of architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, interior designers, developers, building specialists, contractors, landscape architects and contractors, real estate agents and investors, property managers, suppliers to the construction industry, government departments and ministries: local authorities, land surveyors, financial institutions, telecommunication companies etc.  The print edition is distributed in over ten Africa countries with the digital version sent monthly to over 200000 readers in our database.

Highways Today is the online publication for news, information, technology and resources for the International Construction Industry for Highways, Airfields, Rail, Bridges and Structures. Highways.Today covers the entire globe, with special emphasis on Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the developing world. 

Plant & Equipment Africa is a monthly magazine with over 19 years of experience! Our growing team is committed to establishing lifetime relationships and opportunities for both the seller and the buyer.

 

We pride ourselves as being one of the leading magazine company’s in the equipment industry; with an average of over 35,000 readers a month. Our pool of contacts, network, and resources are what set us apart from any other magazine in Africa.

This monthly publication is mailed directly to contractors, mining companies, plant and equipment dealers, crane hire and logistics companies. The Africa Edition is distributed to the following countries: South Africa, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Morocco, Ghana, Nigeria, Botswana and Algeria.

 

In addition to our magazines, Plant & Equipment is a leading online classifieds website catered for the heavy equipment and truck industry. To learn more, visit PlantAndEquipment.com!

 

Transport Advancement is a leading information centric website for latest updates within the industry. We cover Railway, Road Traffic, Airways, Shipping & Port and run with an objective to provide knowledge driven content to our readers and subscribers in various forms like news, projects, upcoming events.

 

www.transportadvancement.com

 

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