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Eight of the ten fastest growing aviation markets will be in Africa by 2034. IATA projects a 5.1% growth in passenger numbers across the region by 2035 where nearly 300 million passengers will travel to and from African destinations and as a result, airport development projects today are mushrooming across the continent. Majority of airports in Africa are undergoing expansion in a bid to cater for rapidly growing passenger and cargo traffic volumes.

At the 6th Annual Africa Airport Expansion Summit; government officials, investors, civil aviation authorities and airport management groups will go in discussion with consultants, architects, construction companies, equipment providers and service groups, in order to better explore the market and support the project development.

6th Annual Africa Airport Expansion Summit

Eight of the ten fastest growing aviation markets will be in Africa by 2034. IATA projects a 5.1% growth in passenger numbers across the region by 2035 where nearly 300 million passengers will travel to and from African destinations and as a result, airport development projects today are mushrooming across the continent. Majority of airports in Africa are undergoing expansion in a bid to cater for rapidly growing passenger and cargo traffic volumes. At the 6th Annual Africa Airport Expansion ...

In 2016 the Straits of Malacca and Singapore saw a traffic increase of 3.4%, and this despite the challenges in the global shipping sector. 2017 onward one of world`s busiest shipping straits keeps attracting massive new port and logistics related investments from governments and the private sector.

Malaysia – via its National Logistics & Trade Facilitation Masterplan and the National Logistics Task Force – stresses development of infrastructure and freight demand aiming to increase cargo volume to 880 million tonnes with an annual growth of 8% in 2020 and beyond. In line with its ambitions, the Malaysian government has planned the Carey Island port project in Selangor to extend Port Klang’s reach and capacity, solidifying its position as one of the key hubs in Asia. Simultaneously multiple other port projects are in planning and construction phases in the country.

Singapore`s Tuas South project, Indonesia`s New Priok and Patimban Ports, Myanmar`s Dawei project, Thailand`s Laem Chabang expansion and Vietnam`s port privatization plans are among the many developments turning South-East Asia currently into the most eager region for the port sector.

At the 4th South-East Asia Port Expansion Summit, government officials, investors, port authorities and port & terminal operators from the entire South-East Asia region will go in discussion with consultants, architects, construction companies, equipment providers and service groups, in order to better explore the market and support the project developments. Topics will range from AMPC initiatives and impact of China`s Maritime Silk Road, to improvement in customs clearance, port management and operations, to the newest tech developments and how to cater to the new shipping alliances.

4th South-East Asia Port Expansion Summit

In 2016 the Straits of Malacca and Singapore saw a traffic increase of 3.4%, and this despite the challenges in the global shipping sector. 2017 onward one of world`s busiest shipping straits keeps attracting massive new port and logistics related investments from governments and the private sector. Malaysia – via its National Logistics & Trade Facilitation Masterplan and the National Logistics Task Force – stresses development of infrastructure and freight demand aiming to increase c...

The focus on renewable energy is gaining unseen momentum in the Latin America region, spurred by tax reforms, economic recovery and partnerships with funds and development banks.

According to BNEF*, solar and wind – currently representing 4% in the electricity mix in Latin America- , will attain a 37% share in the electricity mix by 2040. Leading markets Chile, Brazil and Mexico are no longer alone, Argentina and Colombia are slated to be next in line, with Argentina`s regional market share in PV demand rising from 5% in 2017 to 14% in 2018**.

In Mexico PV power generation is expected to cover up to 43% of the country`s power capacity by 2040, creating a 40 GW market. Mexico is currently well on track to becoming the world`s 7th largest solar market in 2021. Within Latin America the country covers 46% of the PV demand in 2017 and has currently a contracted pipeline of 4256 MW and 658 MW under construction***.

At Lnoppen`s Latin America Solar Energy Development & Technology Summit, hosted on November 30th and December 1st 2017 in Mexico City, government authorities, institutes, utilities, developers, operators, technology providers, banks and EPC companies will be gathering to discuss the newest developments and innovations in place as well as the opportunities and future needs of technologies.

* BNEF Bloomberg New Energy Finance. | ** GTMResearch | *** GTMResearch

More info at: http://latam.solar.newenergydevelopmentsummit.com/

Latin America Solar Energy Development & Technology Summit

The focus on renewable energy is gaining unseen momentum in the Latin America region, spurred by tax reforms, economic recovery and partnerships with funds and development banks. According to BNEF*, solar and wind – currently representing 4% in the electricity mix in Latin America- , will attain a 37% share in the electricity mix by 2040. Leading markets Chile, Brazil and Mexico are no longer alone, Argentina and Colombia are slated to be next in line, with Argentina`s regional market share...

After a successful 2nd edition of the Latin America Airport Expansion Summit in Mexico, Lnoppen returned to Bogotá, Colombia for its 3rd edition, where expansion works of the current El Dorado airport are moving ahead and the plan for the new airport is getting more form every day.

At the Summit, government officials, investors, civil aviation authorities and airport management groups discussed with consultants, architects, construction companies, equipment providers and service groups, in order to better explore the market and support the project development.

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3rd Annual Latin America Airport Expansion Summit` Highlights

After a successful 2nd edition of the Latin America Airport Expansion Summit in Mexico, Lnoppen returned to Bogotá, Colombia for its 3rd edition, where expansion works of the current El Dorado airport are moving ahead and the plan for the new airport is getting more form every day. At the Summit, government officials, investors, civil aviation authorities and airport management groups discussed with consultants, architects, construction companies, equipment providers and service groups, in o...

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5th Annual Africa Airport Expansion Summit

I was mesmerised by the participants who had the desire to invest in Uganda. I met several of them on the sidelines of the conference. Ministry of Works and Transport, Republic of Uganda | Very important and educative summit. Ministry of Defence, Rwanda | Excellent platform of exchange. A very great opportunity to appreciate the evolution of air transport in Africa taking account safety and security. ADCSA | This conference enabled us to understand the useful measures needed to be successful in our country's airport projects. ANAC Niger | Specifically, Lnoppen has a key differentiator asset towards other event organisers as such they provide one-one meetings. As a gold sponsor, it is a valued tool. Smiths Detection |This summit is excellent. Quite informative. Staff are helpful and highly efficient. We met our intended customers. China Communication Construction Company Limited | I am very much personally excited for the interaction opportunity. Republic of South Sudan Airports (Civil Aviation Authority, South Sudan) | The event was very educative and informative. Everything was perfect. Civil Aviation Authority, Tanzania | Well organized, very informative and well managed. Thank you Selex ES Technologies Limited, a Leonardo Company | This summit is well organised. Organisers are highly efficient. The presentations are informative. Venue is excellent. Will consider attending again. CHEC-CASRI | Very good organisation and professional. Dar Al -Handasah Consultants | An eye opener on business possibilities in the region and continent in airport expansion. East African Development Bank | A few influential people visited our exhibiton. We trust we can turn these into revenue. Dallmeier Electronic GmbH & Co. KG | The event is very interesting. The most important actors are present. The organization permits us to meet and discuss with everybody. It’s a good initiative to be a sponsor at the event. ENGIE Ineo | Well organised, diverse speakers, excellent chairperson keeping time. Arup (Pty) Limited | This was a wonderful event and the panel of speakers was superb.KGT (UK) Limited | Wonderful and growing day by day. In future include airport operators to add more value. A good fruitful session. Civil Aviation Authority, Kenya | It was my first time in as speaker, however my experience was excellent. I look forward to the next one. Kenya Airports Authority | Face to face meetings very well organised and followed up. Thales | Very informative and important summit. Congratulations to all facilitators. EAC Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency (CASSOA) | The event was well organised and we learned from it how various organizations involved in airport development, management and in  air business should collaborate to make African air business as key point for its economical growth. Cavicon Consultants | Wide ranging subject content, generally well presented. Civil Aviation Authority, Rwanda | The event was well organised. The networking time was well planned. It was effective. Systemair Frico |Very insightful & good organization, well planned & meetings went very well. Daikin Middle East & Africa | Well organized and look forward to have many more. Over all it was excellent. Cellcomm Middle East | Great event with solid information about African Airports. Leidos

4th Annual Africa Port & Rail Expansion & Cargo Capacity Upgrading Summit

Creates awareness as to where Africa is and how far it can go.  - Public Procurement Authority, Ghana It is event worth attending and an eye opener in the Rail business. - Ansahdys Shipping Logistics Company Limited The conference has been very educative and informative. - Ghana Maritime Authority Africa is great, was a right choice to join, the right people were there. - Franz Wölfer Elektromaschinenfabrik  Osnabrück GmbH Insightly discussions, warm networking. - Regional Maritime University, Ghana The conference was well planned with good topics and quality speakers. - PMAESA The event is so informative and well structured to address all the important areas of the summit. - Inland Containers Nigeria Limited  Great and truly a corridor of insight. - The Whitaker Group It was an excellent event in terms of the topics discussed, highly beneficial. - Transnet SOC Limited I have heard other ways of doing things, strategies for port especially. It has been a good range of information. - TEAM Group The event was insightful. - PMI Marine & Construction Services Limited  It was well organised conference that possesses quality materials throughout the event. - Inland Containers Nigeria Limited  Informative and exposure in the port and rail sector. - Ghana Export Promotion Authority It was a very well organized forum and I am proud to be associated with LNOPPEN. - Kenya Maritime Authority It was a great conference and kudos to the organizers. - CPCS