Nigeria is Africa’s 2nd largest importer of printing and paper processing technologies
This is according to Europe’s Association for Plastics and Rubber Machinery Manufacturers’ Report and in 2018 this figure increased by a staggering 24%. Which suggests the region is ripe with opportunities.
The Print industry globally has been forecast to reach $821 billion in value by 2022. Driven by growth from the packaging, labels and digital industries according to reports.
With printers across the world adapting and changing to the varying consumer demands, where one area of the market is slipping into decline, others are booming. For example, the digitalisation of once printed products such as press and publications, industries such as the packaging and label markets are driving growth and demand among printers too.
That said, it is more vital than ever to stay connected as a business community to share market knowledge, insights and experience to drive demand and enhance business opportunities. Propak West Africa will bring together key industry members from across the print supply chain, all under one roof.
Among the printing products and services on display, you’ll find:
- Digital Printing Equipment
- Offset Printing Equipment
- Printing Consumables
- Printing Supplies
- Converting Equipment
EXHIBITORS OFFERING PRINT SOLUTIONS:
Among the exhibitors offering print solutions and equipment this year at Propak West Africa 2022 are; Armor Africa Imaging Suuplies, BOBST, Cis Buro, EPSON, Rotocon, RM Converters, SkySat, Sarsoli Colours, Mercongraphic, GAPP Magazine, Windmoeller & Hoelscher, Vista International and many more.