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ITC-SA set to attend WoodEX for Africa 2016

The Institute for Timber Construction (ITC-SA), South Africa’s professional body and regulator of the engineered timber structure industry, is set to attend the fourth WoodEX for Africa, taking place at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand from 9-11 June 2016.

WoodEX for Africa, which started out in 2012, has become a premier platform for woodworking professionals in South Africa to connect with the trade, learn more about new products and services on the market and network with players in the sector.

“The ITC-SA has exhibited at WoodEX for Africa since the show’s inception and has enjoyed great exposure to both fellow exhibitors and visitors alike. WoodEX for Africa represents a fantastic opportunity for us to share information and advice about timber construction, create awareness of the benefits of using timber in this way, and put interested parties in touch with ITC-SA registered members for their roofing, decking and timber construction projects,” Comments Dr. Pierre de Villiers, Director on the Board of the Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA).

“The ITC-SA came on board with us at the very start and they’ve come a long way with us. Being the regulator of the timber construction sector in South Africa, the Institute plays a pivotal role in our industry, not only in regulating the trade, but in educating, informing and connecting various players in the market. We are proud to be hosting the ITC-SA at WoodEX for Africa 2016 and wish them another very successful show,” comments Stephan Jooste, CEO of WoodEX for Africa.

The ITC-SA will be exhibiting at stand E8 at WoodEX for Africa from 9-11 June 2016 and extends a warm welcome to the trade, media and consumers, who may access a free ticket to the event, courtesy of the organisers, by clicking on this link and filling in a brief online form:

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