The Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC) organizes a Dutch Trade Mission within the framwork of the International Exhibition of Transport, Logistics and Mobility “Algeria Infrastructure” from 23-25 February 2015 in Oran, Algeria.
As a platform for exchange, “Algeria Infrastructure 2015” brings together the four transport sectors (rail, air, road and sea). For the 2015 edition which will last for 3 days, over 200 exhibitors are expected to present their products and innovations, and about 5,000 visitors among which important decision-makers and opinion leaders are expected as well.
The Dutch Trade Mission is to participate to “Algeria Infrastructure” Exhibition with a Dutch Pavilion in the congress hall (B02), which provides the opportunity for Dutch businesses as well as knowledge institutes to combine their Dutch products and expertise as well as receive guests and meet relevant counterparts.
Please note, the objective of this mission is to link Dutch companies with their Algerian counterparts; thus, the programme will be tailor-made to fit the objectives and requests of these companies.
For more information please contact Taghzout Ghezali via: firstname.lastname@example.org l Mobile: +213553709986
Please click here for the preliminary program of the Trade Mission to Algeria. Please note that it concerns a preliminary program, hence, it will be subject to changes. The program will be finalized according to the wishes of the participating companies.
From: February 23-25, 2015
Standard participation fees to Dutch Pavilion: € 3000, - exc. VAT
Obligatory registration fees to the exhibition: € 275
Trade Mission fees: €1000, -exc.VAT for NABC members - €1500,- exc.VAT for non NABC members
* Please note, the participation fee does NOT include : flights, hotel and related costs such as visa.
Also note that you can use a Trade Mission Voucher to cover up to EUR 1500,- of the participation fee for this mission. You can apply via the website: www.internationaalondernemen.nl and for more information, questions and conditions that apply to the vouchers, please contact our colleague Quirine Degraaf at email@example.com
If you would like to participate to this edition of "ALGERIA INFRASTRUCTURE" please get in touch with our colleague in Algeria Taghzout Ghezali via:
Mobile: +213 553 709 986
Transport in Algeria is a diverse sector that has, however, a considerable ground to make up in terms of infrastructure management and development. Fully aware of the importance of the issue, the Algerian government has major programs in place to upgrade this sector, which is an essential prerequisite for Algeria to enter the era of globalization.
The Algerian sector of transport is experiencing a real change. Many projects have been completed or are under construction in order to make the sector more efficient and effective in its contribution to the economic development of the country (106.5 billion USD investments in the transport sector and more than 40 billion USD since 1999).
The Ministry of Transport is the relevant authority for the development and implementation of the National Transport Policy. The Ministry of Public Works is responsible for the design, the construction and the maintenance of road, port and airport infrastructure. For several years now, the two ministries have been committed to infrastructure development and transport reorganization on the basis of an integrated concept that optimizes the distribution aspects (public and private transport distribution).
|From||February 23, 2015|
|Till||February 25, 2015|
|Transport, Logistics and Mobility|