80+ technology leaders from 21 countries ready for business with professionals of the Nigerian agrofood and packaging industry
(Heidelberg/ Lagos) The launch of the international trade show agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria is getting closer. More than 80 notable international technology leaders from 21 countries will display latest technologies and solutions for the Nigerian agrofood and plastprintpack industry. The event is officially supported by the European Union, the foreign trade chambers of Austria, France and Germany and by giz. The German organizers fairtrade Messe expects more than 1,500 professional trade visitors from 28 to 30 April 2015 at the Landmark Centre. The entry for professionals is free and pre-registration can already be done at the events’ websites.
More than 80 notable exhibitors from 21 countries display new technologies and solutions for the Nigerian food-tec and plastprintpack industry. The exhibitors come from Austria, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Nigeria, Spain, South Africa, Switzerland, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom. HEIDELBERG Nigeria is the Platinum Sponsor.
The premiere of agrofood and plastprintpack Nigeria is officially supported by the European Union, the foreign trade chambers of Austria, France and Germany and by giz. According to Michel Arrion, Head of Delegation and Ambassador of the EUROPEAN UNION to Nigeria, European suppliers can assist the Nigerian agrofood industry with machinery, equipment and technological know-how meeting a high degree of food safety and compliance with international hygienic standards. “For this reason the European Union supports this important event and wishes that during the years to come it will develop into a leading platform for technological exchange in the areas of agrofood, food processing and packaging.”
The event is organized by one of the leading organisers of professional international trade shows, fairtrade Messe from Germany, in close cooperation with AHK Nigeria – the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria.