ConMin West Africa, ABUJA, NIGERIA, 13-15 JUNE 2017February 2, 2017
Clean Summit Africa, ACCRA, GHANA, 04-05 APRIL 2017February 3, 2017
Multimodal West Africa Is The Largest Transport & Logistics Exhibition In West Africa
EXHIBITION INFO BELOW:
More than 5000 cargo owners from West Africa will attend searching for supply chain solutions, including, Shopright, Jumia Nigeria, Proctor & Gamble, Nestle Nigeria and Unilever.
The exhibition is organised with the support and participation of the Nigerian Ports Authority, Federal Ministry of Transportation and Manufacturers Association of Nigeria and due to overwhelming industry support and in a bid to ensure delivery of value to all stakeholders by enhancing proper representation of all actors in the entire value chain of the transport and logistics sector of the Nigeria economy, Multimodal West Africa 2017 (MMWA) will run concurrently with the hugely successful Nigeria Manufacturing Equipment Expo (NME) and the Nigerian Raw Material Expo (NIRAM).
- Discover more efficient and cost effective supply chain solutions
- Receive complimentary capacity building training
- Negotiate more competitive annual freight contracts & spot market rates for additional cargo solutions
- Evaluate port services & performance indicators
- Reduce clearance times of cargo at ports/terminals
- Reorient in line with new economic diversification policy
NIGERIA & WEST AFRICA MARKET INFORMATION (MARKET FUNDAMENTALS)
- Nigeria is one of the leading economies in Africa: $296bn GDP, 170 million + population, rising middle class with the consumer market estimated at $150bn.
- Nigerian Industrial Revolution Plan: Government is implementing an industrialisation policy aimed at increasing local manufacturing and non-oil exports.
- Nigeria is the next Global manufacturing hub: The manufacturing sector increased year-onyear by 20% and the Nigerian Industrial Revolution Plan (NIRP) aims to add a further $25bn to annual manufacturing revenues in the next 3 years.
- ECOWAS market: Nigeria offers lucrative access to West Africa region (ECOWAS) who have over 300 million consumers, with a combined GDP of $734.8bn and annual growth rate of 6.3%.
- Lagos is home to West Africa’s largest container terminal: Apapa Container Terminal, part of the Lagos Port Complex serving Western Nigeria.
- Gateway to the West African region & Maritime Hub: Lekki Port (2019 scheduled completion), a multi-purpose, deep sea port with a projected capacity of 2.7million TEUs p/a is based in Nigeria.
“The relevance and huge potential opportunities the exhibition possesses, required the industry to act on the unique platform to co-locate Multimodal West Africa with the Nigeria Manufacturing & Equipment Expo (NME) and NIRAM Expo” -Dele Alimi, Managing Director of Clarion Events West Africa, the organisers of both events.
Transportation | EXHIBITION | WEST AFRICA