28 & 29 March 2023: 10.00 am – 05.30 pm
30 March 2023: 10.00 am – 04.30 pm
Plot 2 & 3, Water Corporation Road
Victoria Island Annex
Lagos • Nigeria
German Pavilion 2023
For the sixth time in a row, a German Pavilion will be presented at agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria featuring German exhibitors displaying their solutions and products.
The German Pavilion is presented by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry AUMA and supported by VDMA Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association.
The NABC organises a trade mission to Lagos by the end of March 2023 and intends to participate at the agrofood Nigeria 2023 exhibition and conference with an official Netherlands pavilion that allows for various Dutch companies to exhibit as well as to organise seminars.
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Why exhibit at agrofood Nigeria?
High sustainable investments and enormous population growth
Due to high and sustained investments in its agrofood & plastprintpack industry and its enormous expected population growth from currently 206 million to 411 million in 2050 (United Nations), it is all too likely that Nigeria will very soon become the number one in Africa for imports of any technology. A position the country is likely to take in the long term.
agro AgroTech Nigeria
agro AgroTech Nigeria is organised by fairtrade in cooperation with DLG German Agricultural Society. The focus of the cooperation lies on agricultural technology, animal production, flori- and horticulture and hot-house technology. DLG are organisers of the world’s No. 1 trade shows Agritechnica and Eurotier.
food + bev tec Nigeria
With 294 million euros in 2019, Nigeria is the second largest importer of food and beverage technology in sub-Saharan Africa, just behind South Africa.
Nigeria‘s imports of packaging technology, between 2015 and 2019, increased by 7% annually, from 118 million euros in 2015 to 155 million euros in 2019. (VDMA).
food ingredients Nigeria
With 200 million inhabitants, Nigeria has long been the largest food market on the African continent. Expenditure in the F&B sector is growing steadily and F&B production is by far the largest segment of the Nigerian processing industry.
Accordingly, the demand for food and beverage ingredients is rising continuously. So it was only natural that more and more leading international ingredient companies took part in agrofood Nigeria. With food ingredients Nigeria, fairtrade is responding to the request of these exhibitors for their own partial tradeshow under the umbrella of agrofood Nigeria.