The second international trade fair for construction machinery ConMin West Africa will take place in Abuja mid-next year. This is coming on the heels of the success of ConMin West Africa 2017,
The German service provider for international exhibitions IMAG, with its Nigerian partner Afrocet Montgomery, is offering companies the opportunity to showcase their products in Nigerian market.
The trade fair?s inaugural edition last June and the attendant national mining summit were very successful as it attracted over 1,500 visitors and 44 exhibitors from 11 countries. They included industry giants, such as Bosch, Case, Dangote, Elkon and thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.
ConMin West Africa will see suppliers, manufacturers and solution providers showcase an array of products from the construction, building materials and mining sectors. The show?s organisers have unveiled a new pavilion for 2018 for sustainability; companies will showcase their products for water treatment plants, pipeline construction as well as waste systems. As last year, the conference will be accompanied by a business forum with technical sessions to which exhibitors will make contributions.
The summit will once more take place alongside ConMin West Africa. This two-day conference will see experts share their views about the latest development in the sector.
As the largest economy in Africa, with a gross domestic product of USD 518 billion, and the biggest producer of crude oil on the continent, Nigeria is an ideal host country for ConMin West Africa 2018. ?Nigeria is one of the most promising markets in the world and is becoming more and more important to the global economy?, says Peter Bergleiter, Managing Director IMAG GmbH, the subsidiary of Messe M?nchen which organises trade fairs outside of Germany.
?We enable businesses to establish a foothold in the market at an early stage and obtain high quality contacts. The combination of a trade fair and co-located spe...ed conference attended by top professionals from the industry is very well received, as the overwhelmingly positive feedback from this year?s participants has proven.?