ConMin West Africa returns to Abuja in 2018

conminwebJulius Berger Nigeria Plc completed works on Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja in time for ConMin West Africa in June.After the success of ConMin West Africa 2017, the international trade fair for construction machinery, mining and building material machines is returning: the second ConMin West Africa will take place in the Nigerian capital city of Abuja between 15 and 17 May 2018

The trade fair’s inaugural edition in June 2017 and the co-located National Mining Summit attracted over 1,500 professional visitors and 44 exhibitors from 11 countries, which included industry giants such as Bosch, Case, Dangote, Elkon and thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.

ConMin West Africa will showcase an array of products from the construction, building materials and mining sectors. The organisers have unveiled a new pavilion for 2018 entirely dedicated to sustainability; companies will showcase their products for water treatment plants, pipeline construction as well as waste systems. The conference will be accompanied by a business forum with technical sessions.

The 2018 National Mining Summit, the two-day conference, will once more take place alongside ConMin West Africa.

The construction industry will benefit from a number of large-scale projects planned, one of which is to build two entirely new cities close to Abuja and Lagos; Centenary City and Eko Atlantic City. Improvements to infrastructure have also been given approval in addition to the construction of a large oil refinery in order to be able to process the oil extracted domestically and to no longer be reliant on imported oil. 

 

 

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