The agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria 2017 was officially opened under the motto
ADDING VALUE TO THE MODERNISATION OF THE NIGERIAN AGROFOOD INDUSTRY with the participation of:
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
Organized by the German trade fair specialists fairtrade, agrofood Nigeria 2017 took place in conjunction with plastprintpack Nigeria on 28 to 30 March 2017 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.
This year, 110 exhibitors of 20 countries were represented, making it a record participation and the first ever event filling both halls of the Landmark Centre. Please see all exhibitors and products at agrofood and plastprintpack.
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.
The French Pavilion (powered by adepta) and the German Pavillion (supported by VDMA) left a heavy footprint.
And also Italy and China for the first time both had a remarkable presence.
agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria 2017 closed on a very positive note as 1,958 visitors (+15% on the 2016 event) discussed their business with 110 exhibitors (+28%) from 20 countries.
This 3rd International Trade Show on Agriculture, Food, Beverage & 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, agrofood Nigeria 2017 took place in conjunction with plastprintpack Nigeria on 28 to 30 March 2017 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.
Great speakers, French live bakery demos, the VDMA Symposium and the record participation of the exhibitors made it an extraordinary event.
African Harvesters is a proud media sponsor of the event.