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The 8th edition of plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria the best ever

Nigeria is the second largest investor in plastics technology and one of the three largest importers of packaging technology in Africa

Exhibitors and trade visitors, panelists and conference participants all agree: the 2023 edition of plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria was a complete success, perhaps it’s even been the best ever.

Spearheaded by the Honorable Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo, Federal Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, the Honorable Commissioner of Lagos State Ministry of Agriculture, Ruth Abisola Olusanya, and attended by numerous dignitaries from Nigeria and Europe, the exhibition & conference took a very successful course.

And this is what all participants will remember:

  • An incredible level of interest from VIPs and decision-makers, both from government and business.
  • Thousands of targeted business talks.
  • Important learnings in the 19 sessions with 74 speakers.
  • Great networking.

Exhibitors were highly satisfied, 95% with the service of fairtrade, 89% with the event as a whole, 86% would recommend the event and 85% intend to participate again.

Post-event, exhibitors and visitors can stay in touch via our Exportal. Exhibitors can even access the profiles of all visitors here and maintain contact via videocall throughout the year.

As Africa's largest economy will invest more and more in plastprintpack & agrofood solutions, products and technologies, bright times are ahead for all market participants.

Let’s hear some voices from exhibitors.


Get an impression of agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria 2023

This is what our exhibitors said

  • Giammarco Scala
    Regional Manager Africa, C. Sacmi Imola S.C.

    Michael B. Olumeyan
    Executive Director, Adeco Project Engineering Ltd.

  • Sunil Punjabi
    Marketing Manager Fas Agro Industrial

    Precious Mogaji
    Head, Human Resources and Corporate Communications, Macadams Baking Systems Nigeria Ltd.

  • Joris de Luji
    Chief Commercial Office, Pluss Advanced Technologies B.V.

    Rolf Wittkopp
    Managing Director, ROLEC GmbH

  • Lars Klöhn
    General Sales Manager C. Woermann

    Adeola Rotimi-Silva
    Business Development Manager AMS Africa

  • Ofir Segal
    Director JSM Foods

    Markus Lehner
    Head of Private Labeling, Starzinger

Organised by the German trade show specialists fairtrade, the 8th edition of plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria took place from 28 to 30 March 2023 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos, Victoria Island.

Here, global technology leaders from 18 countries showcased adapted technologies and solutions for the Nigerian and West African market in the fields of plastics, printing, packaging and agrofood processing.

The exhibitors came from Austria, Bulgaria, China, Côte d'Ivoire, France, Germany, India, Italy, Lebanon, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Türkiye, the United Kingdom and the United States.

One of the traditional highlights at plastprintpack & agrofood Nigeria being the German Pavilion, this year 21 German exhibitors were present. The German Pavilion was presented by the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action and supported by the German Trade Fair Association AUMA and the German Engineering Federation VDMA. 

Top level 3-day conference

A top level 3-day conference featuring 19 sessions and 74 top-class speakers ran alongside the exhibition.

Due to high demand, the conference room had been enlarged to 180 seats and equipped with an 11m wide backdrop, including 7m of LED for the best possible presentation quality.

C-level speakers representing market-leading companies and institutions delivered educational and entertaining sessions of the highest quality, promising immediate benefits for the audience in their day-to-day business.

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Facts & figures on the fast-growing Nigerian plastprintpack market

With € 165m in 2021 (+48% compared to 2020), Nigeria is the second largest importer of plastics technology in Africa, just behind Egypt (€ 202m) and well ahead of South Africa (€ 144m). Nigeria‘s imports increased by an average of 25% per year between 2016 and 2021.

And with € 151 million in 2021, Nigeria is also one of the three largest importers of packaging technology in Africa, in line with South Africa with € 152 million and behind Egypt with € 195 million. (VDMA)


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