Rail Expansion & Technology Africa 2015 |Oct. 15-16, 2015|South Africa


In 2005, Africa had a total railway network of 3.1 km per 1000 square kilometers. 43% belonged to Southern Africa and 22% belonged to North Africa. Central, Eastern and Western Africa together had a share of only 35%. Excluding island nations, eleven countries in Sub-Saharan Africa had no railway service in 2010. Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, the Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Libya, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, and the Niger all have either no railway systems or have abandoned rail service in the country.

Under such railway development status and drivers, Africa countries have pushed out their plans and modified regulations to develop national railways in succession. Amount of major projects are underway and in planning stage, which bring huge investment and partnership opportunities for foreign investors.

That’s why you can’t miss Rail Expansion & Technology Congress Africa 2015.

  • All Africa Continent Coverage Especially Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Namibia, SA, Ghana, Nigeria, Egypt, Morocco, Ethiopia & Zambia
  • A Gathering of 15+ Key Gov & Operators of Africa countries at one place
  • An Exclusive Congress to Learn about China’s One Belt, One Road Strategy in African Century Development
  • Africa Railway Vision Day for Policy and Regulatory Frameworks Analysis
  • Dedicated Technology Session Shows Foreign Players’ Competitive Edge and Strengthen Local Technical Skills
  • Africa Railway Projects Day of More Rail Projects Renewal and New Build

Rail Expansion & Technology Congress Africa 2015 is the best platform to meet all key government departments & operators of Africa countries at one place and grasp the latest updates of major railway projects for future tendering.

Metro Rail News is proud online Media Partner for this event. Click here to Register now!

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