SACEEC is proven to be an indispensable part of the globalisation of the South African Industry
SACEEC represents the capital equipment and project sector both for new projects and for the aftermarket. It is also the endorsed representative body for the consulting engineers and their associated bodies, merchant bankers – with reference to their involvement in financing capital projects, capital equipment suppliers and supplier of services to the capital project sector.
Key Functions of SACEEC
The SACEEC provides a facilitating role in assisting the capital equipment sector companies to grow their business through exporting.
It is the voice of the sector to government and the rest of the industry on export matters
It provides critical and timely information to enhance members ability to make sound business and management decisions
SACEEC aggressively assists it members to access global markets through facilitating National Pavilions, Individual Participation in an Exhibition, Outward Selling Missions and Inward Buying Missions in a focused manner, to targeted customers.
On Friday, the 15th of July 2016, Smith Capital Equipment (SCE) was honoured to be visited by the Premier and his delegation and the visit was such a huge success. The Premier and his delegation were very impressed with who SCE is and our capabilities. We discussed amongst others the following critical issues which were positively received:
15th July 2016, the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC) hosted Gauteng Premier Makhura with his delegation comprising Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry Mzwandile Masina, Deputy Minister for Public Enterprise Bulelani Magwanishe, Ekurhuleni Mayor Mondli Gungubele, and MEC for Infrastructure Development Jacob Mamabolo, and MEC for Finance Barbara Creecy.
The South African government believes the launch of a new one-stop shop to facilitate higher levels of trade and investment in the rest of Africa will help consolidate the continent as the country’s most important market for value-added goods and create the platform for an expansion in exports beyond the R300-billion achieved in 2015.