SACEEC is proven to be an indispensable part of the globalisation of the South African Industry
SACEEC represents the capital equipment and project sector both for new projects and for the aftermarket. It is also the endorsed representative body for the consulting engineers and their associated bodies, merchant bankers – with reference to their involvement in financing capital projects, capital equipment suppliers and supplier of services to the capital project sector.
On Thursday 17 August over 60 mechanical learners from Fumana Comprehensive School enjoyed another company site visit. They were hosted by one of the following companies, AVK through the Premier Valves Group , Paltech Technologies, Dual Valves and GroheDawn Water Technologies, and was enjoyed by all.
The SACEEC provides a facilitating role in assisting the capital equipment sector companies to grow their business through exporting.
It is the voice of the sector to government and the rest of the industry on export matters
It provides critical and timely information to enhance members ability to make sound business and management decisions
SACEEC aggressively assists it members to access global markets through facilitating National Pavilions, Individual Participation in an Exhibition, Outward Selling Missions and Inward Buying Missions in a focused manner, to targeted customers.
Johannesburg - Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has backed down for a second time on the controversial Mining Charter, after he undertook to halt implementation until arguments against the charter have been heard later this year.
Project Overview in detail - SACEEC Schools Project (SSP)
As part of the SACEEC project we are engaging with selected technical high schools to develop building blocks at the school level to be able to take away the foundation phase between high school and tertiary education which is a gap identified by industry.
The Trade and Investment Mission undertaken by a 20-member South African business delegation to Zambia has revealed the countless mutually beneficial business opportunities that exist between the two countries. The mission went further by identifying a need to create much needed partnerships towards addressing the structural challenges relating to poverty, unemployment and inequality.
“Renewing the presence of the South African National Pavilion at the DRC Mining Week positions South African companies as leading players in the mining and power sectors and will allow them to enhance their presence in the region, and for new companies to increase the South African foothold in the DRC.” This is according to Eric Bruggeman, CEO of the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC), that is bringing a strong delegation of South African suppliers to the DRC Mining Week conference and exhibition, that is taking place in Lubumbashi, in the hub of the mining province of Katanga, from 23-24 June.