Vinyls 2020 @ Emperors Palace
Jun 12 all-day
Dynamic international and local speakers Exhibitions of vinyl products, applications and developments Not to be missed networking and brand-building opportunities Vinyl is used in a wide variety of applications and sectors – ranging from water[...]
World Oceans Day aims to raise awareness of the role of the oceans and the importance of conserving and protecting our marine environment.
- Dynamic international and local speakers
- Exhibitions of vinyl products, applications and developments
- Not to be missed networking and brand-building opportunities
Vinyl is used in a wide variety of applications and sectors – ranging from water supply and healthcare, to packaging, footwear, building and construction. In the three years since SAVA hosted its Vinyls SA Conference in 2017, a lot of innovation and various industry developments have taken place. Both locally and internationally, the vinyls industry has faced and overcome many challenges. In this ever evolving market, there are environmental, health and business developments that continuously need to be addressed. We are hoping to create a platform where role-players can show off their products and where the amazing versatility of vinyls can truly be put on display.
- Members of SAVA and industry associations: R1700 (excluding VAT)
- Non-members of SAVA or other industry associations: R2300 (excluding VAT)
- Book and pay before 1 May 2020 and enjoy a 10% early bird booking discount!
For more information about how you can get involved in the event (ie. attending, presenting, exhibiting or sponsoring) please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Asia America Worldwide Suppliers and Manufacturers Trade Show, now in its 11th year has been excellent for manufacturers, exporters, wholesalers, importers and distributors reaching the USA, Caribbean and Latin American markets. We are now offering extended buyer exposure, not only for our 2 day yearly trade show, but for 12 months a year and 24/7 online. We have opened the permanent “Asia America Global Sourcing Center” at the Miami Merchandise Mart for exhibitors that want business all year long. Please see www.asiaamericaglobalsourcingcenter.com
Clean-up and Recycle Week will take place from 14 – 19 September this year, with various clean-ups being planned for neighbourhoods, water sources and beaches around the country.
Clean-up and Recycle Week is an annual initiative by the local plastics industry, supported and endorsed by various packaging and retail streams and retailers. It is supported by provincial governments, local municipalities, environmental organisations, businesses, schools and communities.
Visit www.cleanupandrecycle.co.za for more information or to register your clean-up or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
On the third Saturday in September, International Coastal Clean-Up Day encourages people to rid beaches of the garbage plaguing beaches. Awareness is also spread about preserving and protecting the world’s oceans and waterways.
Ocean conservation groups, along with environmental organizations, are concerned about the amounts of trash that litter the world’s coastlines. It has become a global movement with 6 million volunteers across 90 countries doing their part to keep the coastlines clean.
Encourages South Africans to recycle at home, school and at work rather than litter! We need to take responsibility for the waste that we generate.