Indutec 2017

AFRICA'S LEADING INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPLY EXPO
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Endorsed by:
 
PVP Live is a three day, high level and informative forum,dedicated to the supply chain in the conveyance of liquids, gases and slurries.
 
 
 
 
 
 

conference rates

Conference RatesRate excl VAT
Full rate (all 3 days)R 4,800
Pumps, Valves and Pipes only (days 1 and 2)R 3,800
WaterTec only (day 3)R 1,850

Group rates (group rates are per delegate on a minimum of 3 delegates from the same company) - 20%
 
 
 

programme

Day one - 17 May 2017

Core theme: Pumps and valves
 
 
 
 
 

TIMESTOPICS
10h00 - 10h15Opening remarks and welcome
10h00 - 10h30

PUMPTECH
Presentation: Electrical Equipment used in hazardous areas

Petrus Heigers, SETA Approved Facilitator 
10h30 - 10h50

Technology Corner: PumpSim 3D Simulation Software: Unlocking Value in Fluid & Gas Networks

Jamie van Schoor, CEO, DWYKA Mining Services

11h00 - 11h15Tea break
11h30 - 12h15

PVC-O pipe is a revolution to the stagnated traditional PVC industry

  • Understanding the history and evolution of PVC pipes
  • Keeping  up to date with available options in materials
  • Technical justifications for improvements
  • Operational benefits and case studies

Mike Smart, Partner, and Technical Director, Genesis Consulting

12h15 - 13h00

Mining Industry Corner: The pros and cons of having a long term contract/partnering agreement with a partner or pump supplier

  • Cutting your losses
  • The role of the PVP industry in improving efficiency through short turnaround times

Tony Cattaert, Chief Technologist, ESKOM, Production engineering Integration (Coal)

13h00 - 14h00Lunch and networking
 14h00 - 14h45

Keynote Panel:Overcoming local industry challenges

  • Has designation been successful as an enabler for industry capacity building?
  • How do we get the balance right between imports and localisation?

Chair : Ernie Muller

Kamogelo Mampane, CEO, State Procurement Board

Guest Speakers (Audience Interaction)

14h45 – 15h00 

Discussion Round table and Days round up

 
 
 
 

Day Two - 18 may 2017

Core theme: Pumps and valves

TIMESTOPICS
10h00 - 10h15Opening remarks and Welcome, Chairman
10h15 - 10h45Keynote Address: South Africa as a manufacturing hub - global value chain participation
  • How the manufacturing industry can drive economic growth
  • Trade Policy - The role of regional trade in growing South Africa’s supplier profile
Speaker: Emmanuel Charumbira, Business Development Director Gijima/Guma Group
10h45 - 11h15Simplified Pressure and Flow Control in Pipelines
  • Keys to reducing water losses in any Piping system
  • How to get the most out of the piping system
Speaker: Peter Telle, Ultra Control Valves
11h15 - 11h30Tea break
11h30 - 12h00Energy industry forecast and what this could mean for the pumps and valves industry
  • Gas, LNG, Nuclear, renewables and solar – does local manufacturing have capacity to meet new projects demand
  • How to access energy markets as a local supplier
  • Consumer views – what are the greatest barriers to local procurement
  • How to leverage the forecasted 5 year energy growth – accessing contracts and trends
Speaker: Mfundi Songo – Senior Manager, Planning & GIS, Power Delivery, Eskom
12h00 - 12h30

How the Industrial Internet of Things will manifest in the pumps and valves market

What does this story look like in the pumps and valves markets?

Speaker: Shepard Mpambela – Senior Managing Consultant, IBM

12h30 - 14h00Lunch, networking and exhibition viewing
14h00 - 14h30

Leveraging off fast growing economies and Africa’s construction boom

  • How to access projects around Africa
  • How can the industry be best positioned to meet boom needs
  • Local partnerships and the real deal with business on the continent

SpeakerReserved: Mark Wilson, Vamcosa

14h30-15h00Round Table and Discussions
15h00Close of PVP Stream




 
 
 
 

waterTEC Day three - 19 May 2017

Core theme: Water
TIMES TOPICS
10h00-10h45 Keynote Address: Why coordinated policy is vital (water, food, energy)
  • How to plan for the future, what's in the pipeline
  • Keys to regional cooperation- the politics of water
  • Understanding the importance of water planning coordination with energy and food policies
Reserved: City of Johannesburg
10h30-11h00 Finance Corner: Where will the money come from?
  • How to attract investment, what are investors looking for?
  • Should the end-users bear some of the costs?
  • Why investment today will reap generational rewards
  • How does water affect investment decisions- Case Study, Nyaza Light Project set up
Speaker: Donovan Chimhandamba, CEO, Nyaza Light Metals
11h00-11h30 Tea break and networking
11h30-12h00 Keynote Address: Sustainable solutions to water scarcity
  • The role of innovation in promoting sustainablility
  • What do sustainable water solutions look like - key traits
  • How to stay ahead of the pack - understanding the dynamics and importance of sustainability
Speaker: Dr Jaisheila Rajput, CEO, Tommorrow Matters
12h00-12h30 Understanding the link between water and security in South Africa and Africa
  • Can water really influence security
  • The economics of water in Africa
Speaker: Maureen Bandama - Project consultant and Agriculture Expert, IQ Logistica Investments
12h30-13h00 Technology Corner: Wastewater Treatment and Plant and River Cleaning
  • How to "clean up the mess" - water purification options
  • Understading the link between water and local economics - driving employment
Speaker: Sally Hall, CEO, Hyson Cells

13h00-14h00 Lunch, networking and visiting of exhibition