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West Africa boasts huge potential for the bitumen and asphalt industries, as road development continues to take place. Regulatory bodies in Ghana are working hard to put together new specifications for the country, while developments are also taking place in Nigeria, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Ivory Coast, and Guinea. A shift in technological advancements through the development of PMB and emulsions, and companies looking at how to overcome supply issues, means that all eyes are focused on the next infrastructure projects and the prospect of doing business in the region.
The inaugural Argus West Africa Roads conference will bring together decision makers from the entire supply chain, including government officials, road authorities, construction companies, bitumen and asphalt producers, traders, investment banks and their service providers. Don't miss the chance to network with companies expanding into the region.
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2017 headline speakers
An overview of this year's event
Who you can expect to meet
Your pack of three maps includes:
Shipment routes for bulk flow, bitutainers, drummed and bagged bitumen
Truck routes for bulk flow, bitutainers, drummed and bagged bitumen
Bitumen consumption across West Africa, including importing and producing refineries
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You can also download our eBook on the sub-Saharan Africa road construction and bitumen markets here
Photo gallery - Argus Africa Bitumen and Road events
"Excellent way to monitor progress and innovation... Perfect networking opportunities."
Gary Diepraam, Specialities Manager, Total South Africa
Mirriam Mosia, Project Manager (Engineering), The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL)
Argus is the global leader in international asphalt pricing information. This event is part of a global series, with Argus bitumen/asphalt events also being held in Europe, Asia and the US.
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