Exhibitors to showcase more innovations at Agrofood expo 2018
Agrofood and Plastprintpack Nigeria has said it would continue its success story as it begins its fourth international trade show scheduled for March 27 to 29 March 2018 at the Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.No fewer than 140 exhibitors from 21 countries representing more than 30 per cent rise over the previous year’s exhibition will present more innovations than ever before.
Fairtrade, the German organisers, are expecting over 2,000 professionals to benefit from the event and discuss their businesses with world leading suppliers from around the globe.For the first time, Agrofood and Plastprintpack Nigeria will see 10 national pavilions presenting latest technologies from Austria, China, Flanders/Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland and Turkey.
Market leaders from Algeria, Republic of Benin, Denmark, Jordan, Nigeria, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand and Tunisia would also showcase their solutions. In addition to the international exhibitors and pavilions, Access Bank Plc.; Institute of Packaging Nigeria (IOPN); Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS); and the Nigeria Agribusiness Group (NABG), would support the event.
Others are the National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Nigerian Institute of Food Science & Technology and PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC).Agrofood & Plastprintpack Nigeria enjoys strong support from the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Nigeria and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the French Agrofood Association, Advantage Austria and AHK-Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria.
The German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Turkish Exporters Assembly and the German Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association also partner with the firm. Agrofood & Plastprintpack Nigeria Trade show 2018 will hold for three days with lots of presentations and conferences. The opening session, which begins on 27 March, would feature personalities from politics and trade.
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