10th International Trade Show

25-27
March
2025
Landmark Centre
Lagos
Partner event:
NIGERIA
NO.1
IN
AFRICA

Join us for the 10th anniversary edition of
plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria!

25-27 March 2025 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos

Building on the incredible success of plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria 2024 featuring  a top-level trade show and conference, active participation of key Nigerian ministries at both state and federal levels and the visit of Nigeria’s former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, we are thrilled to announce an even more vibrant experience for 2025.

The 2025 edition marks the 10th anniversary of this key industry gathering for Nigeria’s plastprintpack & agrofood sectors. Organised by fairtrade Messe, plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria will once again take place at the Landmark Centre in Lagos from 25 - 27 March 2025.

Don't miss this landmark event. Join us to celebrate a decade of innovation, collaboration, and growth in the Nigerian agrofood and plastprintpack industries.

 

Aftermovie 2024

Exhibitors’ satisfaction 2024

Intend to participate again

Would recommend the event to their network

Event as a whole

Highlights of the 2025 Event:

  • Quality visitors: High quality of visitors from all parts of Nigeria and beyond
  • Global Exhibitors: Around 150 leading exhibitors from over 15 countries will showcase tailored products and solutions for the Nigerian market. See exhibitors 2024.
  • Government Participation: Active involvement from key ministries of the Nigerian government at both the federal and Lagos State levels.
  • National Pavilions: Official national pavilions from China, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and South Africa.
  • Top-Level Conference: A comprehensive 3-day conference featuring over 20 sessions and more than 70 speakers in a 180-seat conference room.

 

Pavilions in 2025 from China, Germany, Italy,
the Netherlands and South Africa

China Pavilion

A significant number of Chinese exhibitors will be participating in the 2025 event, showcasing cutting-edge innovations and technologies. Among the exhibitors are most prominent companies.

 

German Pavilion

For the eighth time in a row, a German Pavilion  will be presented at agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria featuring German exhibitors displaying their solutions and products.

  • Presented by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action and the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry AUMA
  • Supported by VDMA Food Processing and Packaging Machinery

Italian Pavilion

The Italian Trade Agency ITA in cooperation with AMAPLAST, UCIMA, and ACIMGA organises the second Collective Participation of Italian companies at plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria in 2025.

The Netherlands Pavilion

The Netherlands Pavilion is supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

On 26 and 27 March, the Netherlands Pavilion in Hall 2 will also host a series of exciting conferences.

 

South Africa Pavilion

South Africa joins in for the 2025 event with a Department of Agri Western Cape Pavilion featuring more than ten exhibitors.

The Western Cape Department of Agriculture provides a wide range of development, research and support services to the agricultural community in the Western Cape. The agricultural sector stimulates economic growth in the province and plays a major role in creating sustainable job opportunities.

Facts & figures on the fast-growing Nigerian plastprintpack market

  • With €143m in 2022, Nigeria is the second largest importer of plastics technology in Africa, just behind Egypt and ahead of South Africa. Nigeria‘s imports increased by an average of 17.6% per year between 2016 and 2022.
  • Nigerian imports of printing & paper processing technology have increased by 17% annually, from €42m in 2017 to €92m in 2022. At €92m, Nigeria ranks second in sub-Saharan Africa for imports of printing & paper technology, behind South Africa with €122m, but well ahead of other sub-Saharan countries.
  • With €183 million in 2022, Nigeria is the largest importer of packaging technology in Africa, before South Africa with €175 million and Egypt with €162 million.

Source: VDMA 2023

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