DUBE TRADEPORT HIGHLIGHTS KWAZULU-NATAL’S MANUFACTURING POTENTIAL
Manufacturing Indaba 2022 saw, Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone seize the opportunity to position the province of KwaZulu-Natal as a sound location for South Africa's manufacturing sector. The industry-driven event provided Dube TradePort with a unique opportunity to build business connections with manufacturers and industrial property developers, as well as showcase the expansion of its light industrial precinct.
TURKISH AIRLINES RETURN TO DURBAN WARMLY WELCOMED
Passengers onboard the Turkish Airlines flight that landed at King Shaka International Airport were given a warm Durban welcome as they stepped into international arrivals today (Thursday 16 June). The airline has extended two of its Istanbul-Johannesburg flights to include Durban on Thursdays and Saturdays and has plans to increase these to four weekly flights later this year, depending on passenger uptake.
A WORLD-CLASS COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PRECINCT
Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone is a world-class commercial and light industrial precinct offering globally integrated logistics and manufacturing infrastructure and support for a range of airport-related activities, including cargo operations, warehousing, agricultural growing, processing and cold storage, as well as commercial real-estate for office, retail and hospitality.
Dube TradePort is a Special Economic Zone and comprises a precinct purpose-planned to drive industrial and commercial development in South Africa through the promotion and attraction of both domestic and foreign direct investment to this part of KwaZulu-Natal.
The Durban Aerotropolis is the brainchild of the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government. However, it has partnered with a range of like-minded entities to give effect to the realisation of the airport city concept