By Modupe Gbadeyanka
All is now set for the 4th international trade show on agriculture, food, plastics, printing and packaging called the agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria.
The fair is taking place from 27 to 29 March 2018 at the Landmark Centre on Victoria Island and a record number of 140+ exhibitors (+30%) from 21 countries will present more innovations than ever before.
The German organisers of the event, fairtrade, expect more than 2,000 professionals to profit from this occasion and discuss their business with world leading suppliers from around the globe.
For the first time, agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria will see 10 national pavilions presenting latest technologies from Austria, China, Flanders/Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland and Turkey. Moreover, market leaders from Algeria, Benin, Denmark, Jordan, Nigeria, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand and Tunisia will present their solutions.
The agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria as enjoys strong support of the delegation of the European Union to Nigeria and ECOWAS, the French agrofood association adepta, Advantage Austria, AHK-Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Turkish Exporters Assembly and the German Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association VDMA.
It would be completed by three days of presentations and conferences. The opening session is scheduled for 27 March 2018 featuring personalities from politics and trade.
The agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria 2018 is a trade-only event
Trade visitors having pre-registered online or presenting an invitation card from an exhibitor visit the show free of charge. All others pay an entrance fee of N1,000 with the proceeds donated to SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria.
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