The SA Transport Infrastructure Summit will focus on plans to overcome current transport challenges and allow attendees the opportunity to hear developments in both freight and urban transport.
South Australia is currently enjoying tremendous growth which is attracting investment interest both locally and internationally.
A proficiency in defence, agriculture and renewable energies are major contributors to SA’s success, but demand for its world-class minerals (with an estimated worth of $30 billion) is the major driving force behind South Australia’s future prosperity. But mineral exports from South Australia are largely achieved by using pre-existing infrastructure networks and systems (South Australian Regional Mining and Infrastructure Plans).
Therefore, in order for South Australia to realise the full extent of benefits which stem from the global demand for its resources, overcoming current infrastructure short-falls is a must. It is widely recognised that government and private sector collaboration is crucial in bringing vital infrastructure projects to fruition and, with this in mind; Informa proudly presents South Australia Transport Infrastructure 2013.
This two day conference and exhibition, run as part of The State Transport Infrastructure Series, will allow delegates the opportunity to meet with key government officials and industry leaders to assess the future plans for transport infrastructure development and financing across South Australia.
1 Day Conference (12 or 13 June 2013): $ 605.00 AUD
2 Day Conference (12-13 June 2013): $ 984.50 AUD