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Massive response to Nigeria Manufacturing Expo

25 February 2016, 21:35

Lagos – Leading international firms have confirmed participation in next month’s Nigeria Manufacturing Expo (MAN Expo).

Among these are Clearpack Singapore, Kautex Maschinenbau GmbH (United States), Festo Automation (Germany), Miele Packaging (Germany), Gil Automation (US) and Bühler Group (Switzerland).

They are among a number of companies that will showcase their manufacturing equipment at the upcoming expo scheduled for Lagos from March15-17.

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

Top manufacturing suppliers including Albehar, Bühler Group, Clearpack Group, Diamond Bank,  GEA West Africa, Gibadi, Gil Automation, Global Sterling, Kautex Maschinenbau GmbH, Mazzoni LB SpA, Miele Packaging, Mikano International and Power Pro.

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Others are Prime Africa Packaging Solutions Limited, Smyna, Nigeria Gas and Steel Limited, Thompson & Grace, Zutrad Ventures Limited and the National Automotive Design and Development Council.

The Federation of Indian Export Organisation (FIEO) is also joining the expo with a group of ten Indian companies showcasing their products and services. The Nigeria-German Business Association will also have a pavilion at the event.

Thousands of Nigeria's leading manufacturing experts will meet for the third annual mPAD & inaugural Nigeria Manufacturing Expo (MAN Expo), which 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 which are Event Patrons, the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment of Nigeria and the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

- CAJ News

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