plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria 2017 closes on a very positive note
1,958 visitors (+15%) from all over Nigeria discussed their business with 110 exhibitors from 20 countries
High satisfaction ratings on the part of the exhibitors
Mind the new date for the 4th edition: 27-29 March 2018
This 3rd International Trade Show on Plastics, Printing & Packaging enabled thousands of business meetings between professionals from all over Nigeria and global technology leaders and solution providers.
It was the biggest ever show in the Landmark Centre and the first to fill both halls. Organized by the German trade fair specialists fairtrade, plastprintpack Nigeria 2017 took place in conjunction with agrofood Nigeria on 28 to 30 March 2017 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.
Great speakers, the VDMA Symposium and the record participation of the exhibitors made it an extraordinary event. This is also confirmed by high satisfaction ratings on the part of the exhibitors for agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria 2017:
- 85% would recommend the fair
- 79% are satisfied or very satisfied with the fair as a whole
- 89% are satisfied or very satisfied with the service of the organizer fairtrade
Please see all exhibitors and products at plastprintpack and agrofood. The exhibitors came from Austria, Benin, Brazil, China, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Italy, Kenya, Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Togo, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Mind the new date: The 4th plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria will take place on 27-29 March 2018 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.
One of the many highlights was the VDMA-Symposium on German Technology.
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Official German Pavilion
For the first time Germany hosted an official German Pavilion at plastprintpack Nigeria 2017. The German Pavilion was presented by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry AUMA, supported by the German Engineering Federation VDMA.
German technology leaders presenting plastprintpack innovations included among others BBM, Bosch Packaging, GEA, Herbold Neue Maschinen und Anlagenbau, Inoex, IPT, Kautex, KHS, Kuhne, Leistritz, Mall + Herlan, Motan-Colortronic, Windmöller & Hölscher and Wittmann-Battenfeld.
Also Italy for the first time had a remarkable presence at the show.
And this is what the exhibitors said:
Mr Ramez Elissa (right)
Export Director – Rotografia
Our company is located in Egypt and Jordan and has been in the Rotogravure printed packaging business for the past 20 years. We are known for our quality, commitment and competent price which has allowed us to build mutual beneficial relationships with our customers around the world.
This is the first time that we are in Nigeria. We want to expand our products here (innovative packaging) and they are suitable for this market because they are eco-friendly.
Our main target here at plastprintpack Nigeria 2017 is to find a distributor or a representative.
Yes, we are very satisfied with the quality of the professional visitors.
- Hon. Olabinjo Benjamin Adeyemi, Special adviser to the Governor of Lagos State on Commerce, Industry and Cooperatives
- H.E. Mr Ingo Herbert, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Lagos
- Mr Francis Widmer, Economic Counsellor, Embassy of France
- Mrs Aude Roelly, Manager Subsahara Africa, adepta - French Agrofood Association
- Mrs Julie Brayer Mankor, Counsellor for Agricultural Affairs in West Africa, Regional Economic Department, Embassy of France
- Mr Emmanuel Ijewere, CEO & Coordinator, Nigeria Agribusiness Group NAGB
- Prof. Pierre Pienaar, Vice President, World Packaging Organisation
- Mr Ahmed A. Omah, Editorial Director, Nigeria Packaging and Institute of Packaging Nigeria (IOPN)
- Ms Martina Claus, Manager Market Development Africa, German Engineering Federation VDMA - Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Association
- Dr Dahiru Adamu, National President, Nigerian Insitute of Food Science and Technology NIFST
- Dr Marc Lucassen, Delegate, Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria- AHK
- Mr Jagdeep Kapoor, Head of Chancery, Office of the High Commission of India
- Mr Martin März, Managing Director, fairtrade
Institutional support by highest authorities
plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria 2017 is supported by:
- Ministry of Industry, Trade & Investment
- Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
- Institute of Packaging Nigeria IOPN
- Nigeria Agribusiness Group NABG
- Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology NIFST
- Delegation of the European Union to Nigeria and ECOWAS
- Diplomatic missions to Nigeria of Austria, France, Germany, India and Turkey
- adepta - French Agrofood Association
- Advantage Austria
- AHK-Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria
- German Engineering Federation VDMA – Food Processing & Packaging Machinery Association
Strong market facts
Nigerian imports of plastics in primary forms amounted to 1.6 billion US$ in 2014 (WTO) and imports of plastics machinery stood at 85 million Euro, imports of packaging technology at 126 million Euro in 2015 (VDMA).