Mining and Technical Exhibitions (MTE), holds monthly shows at mines across South Africa and the African continent. MTE’s pride and passion for mining innovation is demonstrated through their expos that take the exhibition to the heart of the mine. In May and June, Hytec South Africa exhibited at travelling MTEs in Witbank and the Northern Cape.
On 30 May 2019, Hytec South Africa’s Witbank branch attended the MTE Mining Show at The Ridge Casino in Witbank. There were visitors from various industries and Hytec made the most of it. The company displayed a wide range of products including pumps, valves, filters and cylinders, and staff was on hand to answer questions. “We had a Perspex display cylinder from Hytec Engineering to show our capabilities,” said Hytec Witbank’s Branch Manager, Frikkie de Klerk. Hytec Witbank’s objective was to reach new customers and to extend its client base and product reach. Frikkie says this was definitely one of the busier expos and Hytec Witbank received a reasonable amount of attention.
Between 4 and 7 June 2019, Hytec Kuruman attended the MTE expos in the Northern Cape – in Kathu, Hotazel and Beeshoek. “One of the biggest advantages of attending the MTE exhibitions is that we can display our cylinder repair capabilities,” said Hytec Kuruman Branch Manager, Emile Markram. The team displayed products which included Dabeb-Elram actuators, Hytec power packs and various pneumatic products.
MTE is able to uniquely customise their exhibitions to appeal to the operations and visitors in the surrounding areas giving these expos high impact and more value and appeal. In July, the MTE team will be in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Mozambique and in August, they’ll be exhibiting in Mozambique, the North West and Limpopo.
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