Exhibitors and conference delegates enjoyed a great second day in Accra and this morning doors open at 10am for the third and final day of West Africa’s premier mining & power expo.
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The President held that the value chain of mining had huge potentials for job creation, and the Government intended to tap into it to develop the economy. He was speaking at the first day of WAMPEX and WAMPOC in his country
Live video taken during the President of Ghana’s visit on the first day of West Africa’s biggest mining & power event in Accra
Day 1 of West Africa’s Premier mining & power event enjoyed a successful opening and His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo arrived as the doors opened and urged the mining sector to act sustainably and look after workers
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“One of the innovative technologies that we will promote is our new disruptive Mobile Tunnel Boring (MTB) solutions…that will be ready for commissioning in the third quarter of this year
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“WAMPEX is a strategic channel and suitable platform to showcase their capabilities to the extractive industry. Their advanced design and manufacturing processes are leading the industry with products recognised for reliability, saving energy and being easy to use.”
Visitors to WAMPEX 2018 can discover Dunlop Conveyor belting and service work and learn that all conveyor belts are manufactured by the company itself, which brings huge quality benefits.
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