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Steinmüller Africa exhibits expertise at Africa Energy Indaba 

Steinmüller Africa, a leader in the engineering, manufacturing, maintenance and services for the power generation and industrial sectors, will showcase its expertise and solutions at the Africa Energy Indaba from 5-7 March at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, stand C22. 

Specialists from Steinmüller Africa’s Process, Mechanical, Piping and Structural Engineering divisions will speak to all things pertaining to the company’s capabilities in boiler technology, including piping systems, heat exchangers and structural steel fabrication. Steinmüller Africa’s engineering experts will take exhibition attendees through the various stages of the innovative 3D high-pressure heater model’s life cycle. 

Adding to the depth of these conversations will be Executive Director Moso Bolofo, who will share insights as part of the Africa Energy Leaders’ Dialogue. Exhibition goers can connect with Bolofo via the Indaba’s B2B Connect Programme or they can visit Steinmüller Africa’s stand for face-to-face discussions. This involvement underscores the company’s commitment to advancing energy solutions that are both innovative and sustainable. 

The Africa Energy Indaba 2024 marks a pivotal moment for energy stakeholders across the continent and beyond to come together, exchange ideas, and pave the way for a sustainable future in energy. This year’s focus is on offering insights into how engineering excellence can drive the future of energy across the continent and beyond.


Mpho Mafela

Communication Officer

Steinmüller Africa

Tel: 011 806 3321

Fax: 086 613 1956

Cell: 012 345 6789



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