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LOGISTICS Transport Evolution Africa Forum & Expo 28 - 29 September 2022, Inkosi Albert Luthuli ICC Complex, Durban ICC The year 2022 marks the 10th year of Transport Evolution Africa Forum & Expo, Africa’s largest transport event and the annual meeting place for the region’s port, rail and road transport professionals. The strategic Forum will tackle AfCFTA implementation, infrastructure investments and crossborder trade policies while the B2B expo will give solution providers the opportunity to showcase their global innovations. Transport Evolution Africa is co-located with The Big 5 Construct KZN, The Transport CEO Forum, Women in Transport Awards, Trade & Logistics Evolution and the Roads Evolution Forum & Showcase. New features in 2022 • TRANSPORT EVOLUTION CONFIDENCE INDEX (TECIX): In partnership with Moore Global, Transport Evolution will be launching a comprehensive analytical report on industry progress and achievements to be measured on an annual basis. • TRANSPORT EVOLUTION LEARNING ACADEMY: Striving to develop practical hands-on training and provide continuous learning on innovative technologies, systems and materials within all pillars across the transport sector. • TRANSPORT CEO FORUM: An exclusive gathering of African port and rail CEOs. (Invitation only) • CO-LOCATED EVENTS: Co-located with The Big 5 Construct KZN: KwaZulu-Natal’s must-attend building and construction event, Trade and Logistics Evolution and Roads Evolution Forum & Showcase. THE ULTIMATE PORTS EXPERIENCE The Port of Walvis Bay and Lüderitz lies on the West Coast of Africa. The Namibian Ports Authority is a body corporate established by the Namibian Ports Authority Act, 1994 (Act 2 of 1994) as a state-owned enterprise. Namport’s mandate is to exercise control and manage Namibia’s ports, lighthouses and other navigational aids in Namibia and its territorial waters. Lubango Namibia Angola Oshikango Otjiwarongo Ondangwa Windhoek Walvis Bay Aus Otavi Lüderitz Tsumeb Grootfontein Okahandja Mariental Gobabis Keetmanshoop Upington South Africa Democratic Republic of Congo Zambia Katima Mulilo Botswana Gaborone Kolwezi Francistown Lusaka Livingstone Lesotho Lubumbashi Ndola Zimbabwe Johannesburg Bulawayo Swaziland Harare Lilongwe Mozambique Malawi Tanzania NAMPORT ACTIVITIES Marine Services Cargo Handling Container, Bulk & Break-Bulk Vessel Repairs Warehouse Facilities Cruise/ Passenger Service For customized shipping solutions, contact the Manager: Customer Care at or alternatively +264 64 208 2368

Providing intelligent transportation and road-management systems solutions InstaToll Africa is an experienced toll-road operator with an expanding field of operations. InstaToll Africa is a fully-integrated toll and motorway infrastructure operator dating back to 1985. It is Africa’s leading toll operator, project development and maintenance organisation. The head office is in Sandton, South Africa, which is supported by a regional office in Zimbabwe. InstaToll has gained considerable experience locally and internationally, in successfully managing longterm toll road projects for various agencies. InstaToll currently operates four national toll roads covering over 800 kilometres in South Africa in partnership with SANRAL and 840 kilometres in partnership with ZINARA in Zimbabwe and is now the leading independent motorway operator in the region. Furthermore, InstaToll provides advisory services to private concessionaires in the design-build-operate-finance space in various countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. InstaToll Africa is under the leadership of Mr Mazwi Tunyiswa, who previously held the position of Head of Metals, Transport and Machinery at the Industrial Development Corporation (2011- 2015). Mr Tunyiswa is experienced in the development of energy generation and distribution infrastructure and is passionate about driving the development of Black Industrialists within the sector. InstaToll Africa’s vision is to be the leading African transport and infrastructure management systems company that consistently pursues sustainable growth and enhances corporate value. The company’s mission is to be a globally-competitive provider of intelligent transportation and road management systems solutions to our stakeholders based on innovative technologies and platforms. With over 1 000 employees, the company strives to have people practices that make InstaToll an employer of choice. InstaToll believes in building a rewarding long-term career for its employees. This is displayed through the success stories of employees who were employed as toll collectors, and through their hard work were promoted to software developers, HR administrators as well as Toll Plaza Managers. Instatoll has a unique approach to partnerships which has made it possible for the company to create a very large footprint not only in Africa but in Asia, South America, Brazil, India and Bangladesh. InstaToll’s expertise extends from toll roads and toll bridges to border posts and overload control stations. The company’s key offerings include Toll and Transport Systems Design, Development, Installation, Toll Collection, Banking Facilities Management and Maintenance, Electrical, and Mechanical Maintenance Route Services, including Route Patrol Services, Routine Road Maintenance and Contractual Reporting. South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL), Malawi RFA, the Zimbabwe National Road Agency (ZINARA) and Immigration of Zimbabwe are some of the company’s satisfied clients. InstaToll Africa’s distinctive capabilities lie in the ability to develop, operate and maintain its very own toll system as well as its clients’ systems. Among the many successful projects are the Plumtree-Bulawayo and Harare-Mutare Toll Roads, N2N Toll Roads, N3 Mariannhill, Malawi supply and installation of toll systems. We currently manage operations at toll plazas and facilitate collection for the following plazas around South Africa N2 North which includes the following toll plazas; oThongathi, King Shaka Airport, Mvoti, Mtunzini. N1 South Plazas include the following plazas: Grasmere, Vaal, VerkeerdeVlei, Brandfort Plaza, N3 Mariannhill Plaza and lastly N4 West Quagga and Pelindaba Plazas. Through a division of InstaToll Africa called InstaEnergy, the company has ventured into the renewable energy market where the company will be making future headlines. Relebohile Lethoba | Executive Support Administrator InstaToll Africa (Pty) Ltd Tel: +27 10 035 2276 | Dir +27 10 035 2276 | Mobile +27 66 1398 375 Address: 371 Rivonia Boulevard, Edenburg, Sandton, 2128, South Africa Email:

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