Following the success of the second edition of Agrofood & Plastplack Nigeria 2016, the German trade fair specialists, Fairtrade, has announced dates for third edition of the programme.
According to a statement issued on Wednesday, the 2017 edition of the fair would take place from March 28 to 30 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.
It was stated that for the first time, there would be an official German Pavilion with more than 20 German exhibitors at the event.
Also, it was disclosed that the French Pavilion is already in for the third time to again present a French Live Bakery.
Organized by Fairtrade, the Agrofood & Plastpack Nigeria 2017 will feature more than 20 German technology leaders presenting their innovations on 500 square meters net exhibition.
The German Pavilion is presented by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry AUMA.
Supported by VDMA-German Engineering Federation German exhibitors include among others ADM’s Wild, AWILA, BBM, Bosch Packaging, DIOSNA, Döhler, Fritsch, GEA, Güntner, Ingredion, Inoex, IPT, Kautex, KHS, Kuhne, Leistritz, Mall + Herlan, Motan-Colortronic, Symrise, Vibrofloors, Werner & Pfleiderer and Windmöller & Hölscher.
“For the third year, the French agrofood association adepta leads a delegation of French companies to agrofood & plastpack Nigeria, for instance AIT Ingrédients, IDENA, EUROGERM, JAC, PROLAC and VMI”, says Aude Roelly, Area Sales Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa, adepta. “From farm to fork, companies specialized into equipment and know-how for agriculture, livestock, food processing and packaging offer their solutions to the Nigerian food industry. Highlight of the French Pavilion will once again be the live bakery, a great opportunity for Nigerian entrepreneurs to test the equipment and discuss their investment projects with specialists of the sector.”
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