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01 August 2014

Testament to retention of relationship building between different countries and doing business together, China and South Africa continue to strengthen this bond with the Launch of the FAW Coega Assembly Plant!

An event that had all service providers involved, including Magnetic Storm, went above and beyond the expectations of the client.

Magnetic Storm designed and built the stage that dramatically revealed the 14 ton beauty driving through parting screens across this one-of-its-kind custom-built stage.

Magnetic Storm added further excitement with their expert, dramatic lighting display and low fog effects.

The event organiser The Exhibitionist in collaboration with the professional and well-skilled team with Magnetic Storm PE, Magnetic Storm CT, MGG Productions and Angelic Wonders produced a successful and spectacular event of world-class standard!

 Independently or Collectively. Magnetic Storm... Doing it Right!

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