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Massive response to Lagos manufacturing expo

03 February 2016, 08:44Okoro Chinedu

Lagos -? The inaugural Nigeria Manufacturing (MAN) Expo  has received an encouraging response from government and the private sector.

Thousands of Nigeria’s leading manufacturing experts will meet for the event scheduled for Lagos from March 15-17.

This will be launched in response to the government’s commitment to industrialisation and Nigeria’s need to diversify.

The event is enjoying important industry support, including the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) which are Event Patrons, the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade & Investment of Nigeria are Host Ministry and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry are the Host.

Also Read: Nigeria manufacturers confident of industry growth

Top manufacturing suppliers including Festo Automation, Miele Packaging, Bühler, Thompson & Grace, Gil Automation, Mazzoni LB SpA, Zutrad Ventures Limited, Kautex Maschinenbau GmbH and the National Automotive Design and Development Council will exhibit.

Dozens of leading international manufacturing equipment suppliers have already signed up for what is regarded as a long overdue gathering of the manufacturing industry.

Leading local manufacturers have confirmed participation.

These include Cadbury Nigeria, Flour Mills Of Nigeria, Frigoglass Industries Nigeria, Guiness Nigeria, A.G. Leventis, Mokolade Pharmaceutical, Mopson Pharmaceutical, Nampak, Nestle Nigeria, Procter & Gamble, British American Tobacco, May & Baker Nigeria.

- CAJ News


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