In pursuit for international expansion, particularly in Africa, Aberdare Cables team, led by CEO Dr Haiyan Song, used this year’s 10th BRICS Summit to position itself as a strategic business partner of choice.
This was demonstrated by Aberdare Cables exceptional and active participation in various BRICS events where it managed to engage and bolster business partnerships with key strategic stakeholders.
Aberdare Cables kick-started its BRICS crusade by spearheading and sponsoring the BRICS Infrastructure Working Group Portal Launch held at Transnet Campus in Kempton Park on Wednesday, 11 July 2019. During this event Aberdare led a very important discussion on business opportunities presented by thriving infrastructure development projects in SADC region, Africa and in BRICS countries.
On July 22 and 23, Aberdare Cables joined more than four hundreds delegates from Brazil Russia India China and South Africa who attended the Brics Business Council meeting in Durban to discuss issues around business opportunities, trade and investment between these countries and their regions.
Aberdare Cables also sponsored and participated in the BRICS Business Council Energy Event held on Wednesday, 24 July 2018 in Sandton, Johannesburg. We congratulate our Executive Director: Corporate Services, Ms Nonkonzo Molai for her exceptional performance in facilitating one of the panel discussion during the event.
We also congratulate our General Manager: Information Management, Mr Raven Mahabeer who represented the company exceptionally well in one of the panel discussion on the impact of the 4th Industrial Revolution in the energy sector.
Aberdare Cables concluded its BRICS business partnerships building campaign on Wednesday, 25 July 2018, where our CEO Dr Song represented the company at the 5th BRICS Business Forum attended by 1000 businesspeople from BRICS and SADC region and addressed by BRICS Heads of State in Sandton Convention Centre.
Aberdare Cables also congratulated our long standing business partners, Eskom LTD who received R33 billion funding from the China Development Bank, this was announced during the State Visit to South Africa by President Xi Jinping of the People’s Republic of China on Tuesday, 24 July 2018.