The Coatings for Africa Show
The Coatings for Africa Show is organised by the very experienced dmg events and promises to be a greater success each time it takes place. The show now boasts the title of the largest uncontested dedicated coatings event in Africa for raw material and service suppliers, equipment manufacturers and paint manufacturers for the coatings industry.
The origin of the show dates back to a series of technical conferences arranged by OCCA throughout South Africa, culminating in a biannual conference at Champagne Sports Resort in the Kwa Zulu Natal Drakensberg. 2010 saw the co-operative agreement between OCCA and SAPMA and the show moving to Gallagher Conference Centre in 2013 under its present title “Coatings for Africa”.
Coatings for Africa brings together the knowledge and expertise of the industries’ manufacturing, raw material and equipment and service suppliers, global technology transfer experts and the most successful Coatings Show organisers, for a three-day event that will showcase the best in class paint and coatings technologies.
The show affords you, the Southern African manufacturer, the opportunity of having access to the latest international technology and establishing meaningful International and local networking partnerships and to meet and debate the challenges of the market with likeminded experts in the Coatings field. And it is all here in our backyard.
Coatings for Africa has broadened and extended its interest base by expanding its subject matter from the all-important transfer of technology to include not only the challenges of the South African market place and the global management challenges but affording the industry the opportunity of networking with industry leaders whilst offering the opportunity of manufacturers to motivate their staff and students by promoting their attendance at the Coatings for Africa Show and allowing them to witness for themselves the celebration of the Coatings Industry.
The very experienced dmg events team have worked tirelessly in expanding the Coatings for Africa Show to greater heights.