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Propak promises to meet needs of West Africa’s manufacturing sector

Attendees of Propak West Africa can expect to discover new technology, learn about exciting growth opportunities and benchmark themselves in the market. (Image source: Afrocet Montgomery)

From 22-24 November, global leaders and industry specialists will descend on Lagos to attend Propak West Africa, the leading packaging, plastics, printing and processing exhibition and conference in the region

Across three days, more than 220 brands will showcase their equipment and services to an audience of more than 5,000 industry professionals in an effort to meet the needs of the manufacturing value-chain through innovative solutions, cutting-edge technology and unique industry insights. 

The conference has been fully endorsed by the Industrial Development Department of the Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment and the ninth edition will be opened with a keynote address from His Hon. Minister Otunba Richard Adeniyi Adebayo.

The conference, under the main theme ‘Technological Innovation in Machinery, Processing, and Smart Packaging for Increased Quality and Throughput’, will see topics ranging from pharmaceutical packaging, to flexible packaging, automation 4.0, trade & exports, emerging trends in digital print, chemical recycling and many more.

As well as these sessions, KPMG will be hosting a dedicated morning of presentations and panel discussions focusing on the Environmental, Social and Governance goals that are so prevalent in today's climate. These sessions will be hosted by senior partners and managers from KPMG ESG Services. 

This year, the exhibition floor will see the largest array of manufacturing machines ever showcased live at an event in Nigeria with Percoso, Bole Machinery, Meper, Sigitaspak, Exact Solutions, Skysat Technologies and Neofyton all installing machines, ready to demonstrate their capabilities. The exhibition will feature pavilions from Austria, China, Egypt, India and Italy, bringing the cutting-edge technology from these countries to the West African market. As ever the leading names from the regional market will also be on display including Afra, Vista, Sarsoli Colours, Atlas Copco, Stav Ltd and Newlord. 

Click here to find out more and register.