HERE - South African Automotive Week

Report
GLOBAL
OPPORTUNI
TIES AT
THE
GATEWAY
TO
AFRICA’S
AUTOMOTIV
E
INDUSTRY
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South Africa
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The country is divided into
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The country is divided into
POPULATION
The number of people living in the provinces also varies considerably. Gauteng, the smallest province, has the
most people living there, while the Northern Cape, which takes up nearly a third of South Africa's land area, has
by far the smallest population.
Eastern Cape: 6.56-million
Free State: 2.74-million
Gauteng: 12.27-million
KwaZulu-Natal: 10.27-million
Limpopo: 5.4-million
Mpumalanga: 4.04-million
Northern Cape: 1.15-million
North West: 3.5-million
Western Cape: 5.82-million
This variation translates into huge differences in population density.
Gauteng has an average of 675 people per square kilometre, while
the Northern Cape has only three people for each square kilometre.
Sources: Census 2011, Statistics South Africa
http://www.southafrica.info/about/geography/provinces
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The country’s
DEMOGRAPHICS
In 2011 the country’s population was just under 52-million, of which
51.3% were female and 48.7% were male.
Africans are in the majority at just over 41-million, making up 79.2%
of the total population. The coloured population 8.9%, while there
are 8.9% whites. The Indian/Asian population stands at 2.5%.
Population group
Number
% of total
African
41 000 938
79.2%
White
Coloured
Indian/Asian
Other
4 586 838
4 615 401
1 286 930
280 454
8.9%
8.9%
2.5%
0.5%
TOTAL
51 770 560
100%
Sources: Census 2011, Statistics South Africa
http://www.southafrica.info/about/people/population
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South Africa’s 11 Official
South Africa’s not called the rainbow nation for nothing. The
country has 11 official languages, and scores of unofficial
ones. English is the most commonly spoken language in
official and commercial public life.
Although English is the lingua franca of South Africa, there's
considerable variation in home languages between the
provinces. IsiXhosa, for instance, is spoken by almost 80%
of people in the Eastern Cape, while around 78% of those in
KwaZulu-Natal speak isiZulu. isiZulu is also the most
common home language in Gauteng, but at a much smaller
percentage. In Cape Town and its surrounds, Afrikaans
comes into its own.
Sources: Census 2011, Statistics South Africa
http://www.southafrica.info/about/people/language
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South African Currency…
The Rand is the currency of South Africa
Currency Symbol: R
Code: ZAR
It takes its name from the Witwatersrand (White-waters-ridge
in English), the ridge upon which Johannesburg is built and
where most of South Africa’s gold deposits were found.
The rand is subdivided into 100 cents, symbol "c“.
CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE:
• 1 US Dollar = 10 Rand
• 1 Euro = 13 Rand
• 1 Pound = 15.5 Rand
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26th-largest country by population (49,99 million)
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Is the 19th-largest global producer of electricity,
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Has the 18th-biggest road network in the world, and
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Has the 15th-longest network of railway tracks.
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One of the world’s most advanced banking systems
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English is the most spoken medium to conduct business with.
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South Africa is ranked among the top 5 countries in the world in respect
of tourism growth (growing at 3 times the global average).
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Cape Town was named the top tourist destination in the world in the
2011 Traveller’s Choice Destinations awards.
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South Africa was the first African country to
host the FIFA Soccer World Cup in 2010. It is
only the second country in the world to have
hosted the Cricket, Rugby Union and Soccer
World Cups.
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South Africa is home to the world's largest
individually timed cycle race (the Cape
Argus Cycle Race), the world's largest open
water swim (the Midmar Mile) and the world's
largest
ultra-marathon
(the
Comrades
Marathon).
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Since the 1940’s, South African golfers have
won more golf majors than any other
nation, apart from the United States.
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The only street in the world to house 2
Nobel Peace Prize winners is in
Soweto. Nelson Mandela and
Archbishop Desmond Tutu both have
houses in Vilakazi Street, Orlando West.
South Africa ranks 12th in terms of beer consumption (China 1; USA 2; Russia 3;
Brazil 4 and Germany 5).
South Africa has 45 million active cell phones (population 49 million) – ranking in
the top 5 globally in terms of cell phone coverage.
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Sold $1.8 billion worth of cars to the US in 2010 ahead of Sweden and Italy as suppliers to the
US market. Car sales are projected to grow to 1.2million units by 2020.
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The South African Rand was the second best performing currency against the US Dollar
between 2007 and 2011, according to Bloomberg’s Currency Scorecard.
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SA is ranked 10th out of 183 countries for good practice in protecting investors in business.
(World Bank Doing Business Report 2011).
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South Africa ranks 11th out of 60 countries in the "Big Mac Index 2011" behind China, Hong Kong,
Malaysia, Thailand, Russia and Egypt. The relative price of a Big Mac went down by 29% in South
Africa. In Norway, it went up by 118%.
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South Africa is ranked 34th out of 183 countries for ease of doing business according to Doing
Business 2011, a joint publication of the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation.
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South Africa ranks in the top 20 countries for agricultural output.
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Top producer platinum, palladium, rhodium, chrome (70%), manganese, vanadium, vermiculite,
uranium, lead, copper, ferro-chromium (50%) & allimino sillicates. (41% of gold reserves) – 12% of
catalytic converter industry.
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We provide a hand-holding itinerary for foreign visitors/exhibitors from the time of arrival at
airport to return.
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Explore South Africa as a base for entry into the African continent.
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Join new and established brands in displaying your product to a focused Automotive related
manufacturing target market with a large South African media contingent.
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Develop your brand nationally & Internationally.
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Establish partnerships and deals with businesses on the African continent.
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Network with key role-players with significant purchasing power in the automotive sector.
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Gain first-hand knowledge, information and analysis of the South African industry as well as
trends and globally bench-marked manufacturing standards, processes and innovations.
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Personal translator
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We will assist you package leisure tours re Big 7, Beaches, Golf etc
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“Made in South Africa”
PASSENGER CARS:
• BMW 3-Series 4-door
• Ford Focus, Icon
• Mazda 3
• Mercedes Benz C-Class 4-door
• Nissan Tiida and Livina/Grand Livina
• Renault Sandero
• Toyota Corolla 4-door and Fortuner
• Volkswagen Polo new and old series
LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:
• Ford Bantam and Ranger
• Mazda BT-50
• General Motors Chev Utility &
Isuzu KB
• Mercedes Benz Mitsubishi Triton
• Nissan Hardbody, NP300, NP200
• Toyota Hilux
BUSES:
• Iveco
• MAN
• Mercedes Benz
• Scania
• Tata
• VDL Coach & Bus
• Volvo
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Babcock
Fiat
Freightliner
Fuso
General Motors
Hino
Isuzu
Iveco
MAN
Mercedes Benz
Navistar International Trucks
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Nissan
Peugeot
Powerstar
Renault Trucks
Scania
Tata
Toyota
UD Trucks
Volkswagen
Volvo Trucks
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Performance Summary
% of
best year
Total vehicle unit sales (incl.
non-Naamsa)
623 914 (+9%)
87%
Total passenger vehicle sales
440 002 (+11%)
91%
Total domestic production
539 424 (+1%)
92%
Total vehicle exports
277 844 (+2%)
98%
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Industry Body
Projections
Naamsa is predicting a 8.2% increase in total vehicle sales
(25/01/2013)
Retail Motor Industry Association CEO, Jeff Osborne expects the
new vehicle market to grow by a 8%
(22/01/2013)
Business Monitor International (BMI) is forecasting a 7.8%
increase in sales to reach 672,680 units
(1/2013)
Wessel Steffens, head of ABSA Vehicle & Commercial Asset
Finance expects new vehicle sales growth of 5% in 2013.
(02/2013)
800
714
700
676
675
624
617
600
572
533
482
500
000's
421
400
400
383
351
395
328
326
300
256
268
273
235
214
234
252
242
118
103
100
258
199
108
204
169
134
132
118
107
337
329
170
133
396
258
200
131
440
382
363
355
475
435
420
399
493
482
149
156
27
28
170
118
107
100
15
13
13
14
12
12
27
21
17
14
13
37
33
35
19
22
30
0
'95
'96
'97
'98
'99
'00
'01
Total market
'02
'03
'04
Passenger
'05
'06
LCV
'07
'08
'09
'10
'11
'12
'13f
M&HCV
Source: NAAMSA
400
80%
72%
69%
71%
55%
50%
29%
'99
30%
20%
94
82
78
80
54
'98
62
60
52
42
22
9%
25% 25%
28%
19%
15%
26%
140
26%
27%
122
30%
40%
125
32%
335
223
204
211
209
34%
32%
114
176
163
172
172
36%
125
100
25%
32%
32%
39%
127
26%
160
175
200
216
38%
215
265
40%
232
234
43%
60%
50%
272
47%
170
250
266
51%
150
318
62% 63%
54%
50
70%
66%
58%
300
200
71%
61%
61%
164
350
10%
0
0%
'95
'96
'97
'00
'01
Locally produced & sold
'02
'03
'04
Imports
'05
'06
'07
'08
% imports of sales
'09
'10
'11
'12
'13f
Import duty rates
Source: NAAMSA
60%
800 000
55%
51%
50%
51%
52%
700 000
47%
32%
24%
539 424
472 049
532 545
562 965
587 719
525 227
27%
534 490
421 965
406 779
19%
31%
600 000
500 000
400 000
373 923
18%
356 800
326 722
20%
311 633
362 316
386 302
389 392
27%
405 071
30%
30%
455 702
40%
31%
654 300
50%
300 000
200 000
'95
'96
'98
'99
'00
'01
'02
Total vehicle production - units
'03
'04
'05
'06
'07
'08
Total vehicle exports - units
'09
'10
'11
'12
361 300
277 893
272 457
239 465
174 947
284 211
171 237
179 854
139 912
110 507
126 661
125 306
108 293
19 569
'97
25 896
5%
3%
11 553
0%
15 764
4%
68 031
10%
59 716
8%
100 000
0
'13f
%Exports
Source: NAAMSA
40 000
20 000
80 000
60 000
W
s
Ni
n
sa
s
or
ot
2011
M
al
er
en
G
2010
rd
Fo
2009
s
de
ce
er
n
ge
wa
2008
M
lks
Vo
BM
ta
yo
To
2007
62 339
58 321
56 367
43 768
53 629
49 381
61 297
40831
32312
32 618
40 183
36 969
47 880
26 363
26 972
31 982
37 645
65 018
52337
34 919
34 600
24 570
48 818
12 820
100 000
120 577
137 871
103 732
113 975
93 454
153 052
149 250
180 000
62 328
120 000
50 300
36 627
46 602
49 243
52 908
43 161
140 000
142 819
183 394
160 000
105 922
123 172
Units
200 000
0
2012
Source: NAAMSA
20,000
rd
2011
Fo
s
2010
de
2009
ce
en
2008
er
ag
w
2007
M
a
W
ot
2006
s
lk
Vo
BM
y
To
2005
9,621
10,950
6,087
31813
16,395
20,364
20,479
13,156
54148
36,415
49825
37,594
31,759
38,913
24,158
29,375
29,385
35,633
39,874
36,071
40,049
41,886
33297
39,621
37,814
38,206
38,523
38,207
80,000
127,453
88122
86,941
76,877
81,169
55,598
62,704
59,378
100,000
29,057
60,000
49,142
120,000
6,439
40,000
20,660
Units
140,000
0
2012
Source: NAAMSA
2008
2009
2010
an y
ce
2011
Othe
r
al
r ea
nd
Portu
g
S Ko
P ol a
Spai
n
Turk
ey
Germ
Fran
0
441
2,659
1,329
2,080
1,338
1,463
2,857
1,979
10,521
13,502
18,112
8,612
14325
7,210
5,069
13,389
13,549
11558
2457
1,846
10,961
8,362
7060
14,407
2,431
23
127
1487
3,810
717
2,170
6,186
1948
4,240
2,868
2,268
2,902
2304
10,000
ralia
21,348
22,475
17226
30,000
A us t
20,000
14,275
21,540
33,025
33990
32,197
31,195
43,825
39,865
43,688
41111
40,000
Japa
n
10,820
50,000
UK
62,886
55,433
58,370
60,000
U SA
Units
64,954
66220
70,000
2012
Source: NAAMSA
2009
eroo
n
2010
2011
ue
A ng o
la
Ghan
a
mbiq
a
Tanz
ania
Moza
K en y
Z am
bi a
C am
bw e
2,389
2,451
2,715
858
716
1,399
1396
5062
2,018
2,467
2,901
3586
1,426
2,078
2,930
3171
1,146
1,758
3,182
3443
1,378
3,330
2,745
934
1,935
59
50
1,622
3,286
5,137
5167
5,000
Zimb
a
10,000
7783
9,225
7,151
11,671
14874
24,191
20,000
ria
14,440
11,757
24281
25,000
Nige
ria
15,000
A l ge
Units
30,000
0
2012
Source: NAAMSA
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Automotive Production Development Programme (APDP), (2013-2019) focuses on passenger cars, and offers Mercedes-Benz,
Volkswagen, BMW, Toyota, Ford and Nissan a regulatory environment that allows for the mass-production of cars.
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In terms of the APDP any passenger car manufacturer who produces 50000 units or more a year can import 20% of their components
duty-free. Production/Imports.
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Government wants trucks and buses to be built here too - "working on a support package" for the production of medium and heavy
commercial vehicles.
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Mr Mlota confirms that Toyota is also in late stages of negotiations with the department to begin taxi manufacturing in SA.
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Along with Nissan and Toyota, he says "Chinese manufacturers, and other manufacturers linked to China" (a possible reference to
Johannesburg-based Calibra Motor Corporation’s claimed plan to build a factory in Harrismith) are in talks with a specific interest in
exporting products to sub-Saharan Africa. With regard to larger vehicles, and specifically buses, the department was looking to "ensure
the leverage of government procurement".
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As a result, the government needs to offer a guaranteed market to a bus manufacturer "in order that we can industrialise" in SA. "It’s not
that easy, but it can be done," Mr Mlota says.
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SA as the automotive industrial gateway into growing African markets for manufacturers of bakkies, trucks, taxis and buses.
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The Automotive Incentive Scheme (AIS) in the new Automotive Production and Development Programme (APDP) is set to provide a
massive boost to capital expenditure by the motor manufacturing industry and job creation.
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Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said during his budget vote that the finalisation of the AIS had led directly to planned investments
of R13bn by motor assemblers and component supplier companies, which would support 24 000 jobs.
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Pitot said investments by component manufacturers were related to new models to be produced locally by Volkswagen, BMW, Ford and
Mercedes-Benz.
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The investment incentive in terms of the AIS is 20 percent and tied to certain performance criteria, including volume growth, employment
growth, new technology and localisation, with an additional incentive of 10 percent tied to performance.
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This MIDP incentive was based on exports while the focus in the APDP shifts from exports towards production, with a minimum annual
production threshold of 50 000 units.
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Join decision makers, international delegations and the continent’s leading manufacturers at
South Africa’s premier event for the automotive and related services sector.
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Stimulate business agreements between buyers and suppliers with a focus on
international trade
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Invite and assist international companies partner in Africa via South Africa
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Create synergy and partnerships with all auto industry roleplayers, private and
government, incl logistics, supplier development, research, innovation, investment
and tourism
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Establishing SA Automotive Week as the intellectual capital of Africa’s auto sector
and meeting place for down and upstream members of the manufacturing supply
chain.
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Explore a fast emerging economic landscape post recession with reference to
diversification opportunities and the implications of non-oil driven vehicles.
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Africa is increasingly under the spotlight as a potential manufacturing base and
market - growing prosperity across the Continent holds untapped potential for the
automotive industry. The South African Automotive Week sheds light on these.
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South African Automotive Week is hosted bi-ennually
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Has endorsement and active participation of all industry associations and South
African government at all levels
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Unique in its focus on component manufacturing
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Successful track record of international partnerships, FAW, Bentler, Goodpack,
Powertech Batteries
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International Trade Initiative
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Held in 2007, 2009 & 2012 in Eastern Cape
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AIDC Host Partner, secures rights for Gauteng 2014
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Oct 13-17
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Alternates with JIMS
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Attracts 7500 business leaders
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International delegations
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Exclusive focus on component & manufacturing
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7500 Trade visitors
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500 International buyers/investors/traders
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350 exhibits, including 3 foreign pavilions.
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620 match-making meetings
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Site visits and associated events
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Auto Industry Awards
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Marketing returns valued at R8m
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4 - Day Trade Show
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Matchmaking Meetings Programme
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Conferences & Seminars
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Industry AGMs & Meetings
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Automotive Awards
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Gala Networking Dinner
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Automotive Site Visits
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Leisure Tourism Opportunities
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Networking Golf Day
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Over 400 automotive companies were profiled on-line for South African automotive week.
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655 meeting requests were made by participants, 350 were actioned by participants and
220 officially concluded over the duration of the Week.
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Numerous additional meetings did take place and were not recorded officially.
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Featuring delegates from across the globe including China, Germany, Belgium, India,
Malaysia, Singapore, The United States and United Kingdom, over 220 one-to-one
business match-making meetings were scheduled and concluded at the event alone.
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The meetings were highly successful and the show rates to confirmed meetings was
incredibility high – there was a serious intention to meet and discuss business - “This can
be credited to yourselves as the organisers as the show definitely attracts the right
level of business participants.” – Comment from Tracy Watcham: CEO Outsmart
Marketing.
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Participants logged onto www.saaw.co.za for their online
diary, meeting schedule & requests
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Top industries requesting meetings – sending meeting requests
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AUGUST LÄPPLE SA (Pty) Ltd
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PSA Peugeot Citroen
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DORBYL AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
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Belessex Engineering
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Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa
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Nissan
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General Motors SA
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Bell Equipment Limited
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GIRLOCK (SA)(Pty) Ltd
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BMW South Africa
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Lumotech (Pty) Ltd ex Hella South Africa
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Eberspacher SA (PTY) LTD
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Toyota SA Motors
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Johnson Controls Automotive SA
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AUTO INDUSTRIAL SPARTAN (Pty) Ltd
FRUEHAUF COMPONENTS - A
Division of Henred Fruehauf (Pty) Ltd
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> 27000m² of exhibition space
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2 fully equipped restaurants.
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Evaporative air cooling and heating systems, ducting with water, electrical
and communication connections, and plenty of organisers' offices.
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Efficient access at street level, parking for more than 7000 vehicles.
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Economic powerhouse of Africa. Gauteng Province contributes 33% of South
Africa’s GDP and 10% African continent GDP!
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Gauteng was built on the wealth of gold found deep underground – 40% of the
world's reserves.
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Johannesburg, also known as Joburg or Jozi, is the biggest city in South Africa,
and is often compared to Los Angeles, with a similar urban sprawl linked by
huge highway interchanges.
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Gleaming skyscrapers contrast with Indian bazaars and African medicine
shops, and the streets throng with fruit sellers and street vendors.
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And it's home to the Cradle of Humankind, one of South Africa's eight Unesco
World Heritage sites - one of the world's richest concentrations of hominid
fossils, evidence of human evolution over the past 3.5-million years.
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INDUSTRY:
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Gauteng is the financial capital of Africa: more than 70 foreign banks have their
head offices in the province, and at least that number of South African banks,
stockbrokers and insurance giants.
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The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE Ltd) in Johannesburg is the largest
securities exchange in Africa.
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The province has the best telecommunications and technology on the
continent, with correspondents for the world's major media stationed here, as
well as South Africa's five television stations. It also has the highest
concentration of radio, internet and print media in Africa.
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International media invited to cover and attend
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National media campaign
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Sponsored media Room at event
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Coverage expected to exceed R10m
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www.saaw.co.za
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9t3xaaI-mI
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Inkanyezi Event Organisers (Pty) Ltd - FACILITATORS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN
AUTOMOTIVE WEEK
POSTAL ADDRESS - PO BOX 40032, Walmer, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 6065
PHYSICAL ADDRESS - 242 Cape Road, Greenacres, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
CONTACT DETAILS - Tel : +27 41 363 0310 • Fax : +27 41 363 8617 • E-mail :
[email protected]
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