Cape Industrial Trade Show 2000

April 2000 News

Serious professionals and important decision-makers are encouraged to visit the Western Cape's biggest BI-annual industrial trade showcase. The Cape Industrial Trade Show (CITS 2000) provides the region with an in-depth view of the latest technology.

CITS 2000 will connect a diverse group of South Africa's biggest suppliers to industry which include: abrasives, adhesives, bulk handling, chemicals and chemical equipment, compressors, computers, electronic control and monitoring, energy, engineering services, financing, factory design, fasteners and fixers, filtration, fluid power, heating and heat transfer, hydraulics, industrial cleaning, industrial safety, industrial supplies, instruments and instrumentation, laboratory equipment, materials handling, machine tools, measurement and control, motors, packaging, pollution control, plastics, pneumatics, printing, process control, pumps, raw materials, time control, ventilation, water and effluent treatment, welding and fabrication and more.

Economically speaking, the new millennium could not have started better: South African business confidence is booming. Consumers share this commercial optimism. Government is showing commendable sense in its pursuit of stimulatory policies. There's a new vitality and energy about in business circles and this is reflected in the array of products and solutions displayed at CITS 2000. The exhibition is a recipe for success with TML Reed Exhibitions as the organiser and over 150 leading companies participating at the Culemborg Exhibition Centre from 9–12 May in this horizontal industrial trade show.

There will be some action with the regional forklift truck operator competition being run in conjunction with this year's show. Showcasing skill and expertise in three categories: counterbalance trucks, reach trucks and ISO container loading. Regional winners will compete in the National Finals taking place in Pretoria on 22 September 2000. Entries close on 14 April 2000.

Johnny Malherbe

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