The Manufacturing Industries Foremost Exhibition Returns to Lagos

Returning in November, Propak West Africa is once again set to be the primary exhibition for the packaging, plastics, printing and processing industries to showcase their products and connect with their industry peers. 

From the 22nd – 24th November 2022 at the Landmark Centre, Lagos the organisers expect to welcome 5000 visitors and more than 200 brands to the exhibition venue. Leading companies from the region and around the globe will be in attendance, demonstrating the latest in industry innovation and sharing experiences with those in attendance to collectively raise the profile of the manufacturing sector in West Africa. 

In 2021, the exhibition took place on the back of the pandemic but this year’s event is already set to beat the record numbers of attendees and brands set in 2019 and expands into the newly built Hall 3 at the Landmark Centre. With exhibitors such as Afra Technical Concept, Beaumont Industrial Services, Epson, Haitian Plastics Machinery Group, Ishida Europe, Ok Plast, Neofyton, Rotocon, Serac, Skysat Technologies, TetraPak West Africa and Windmoeller & Holscher to name just a few already confirmed, there’s not much space left for those who haven’t yet signed up. 

George Pearson, Regional Director of the Organisers Afrocet Montgomery said “We’re delighted with the speed the exhibition has bounced back to it’s pre pandemic size and trajectory and this is down to the confidence our exhibitors and stakeholders have in the brand, which is great to see. We’ve got lots of new features for this year’s event and we’re looking forward to announcing them over the coming weeks as we get closer to the opening day.”

Also discussed was a fresh look at the conference program that runs alongside the exhibition which will take a closer look at the verticals that make up the exhibitor profiles as well as green technologies, Intra-Africa trade, innovative industry developments and capital finance for machinery. Mr Pearson stated, “These sessions will help to attract the leading minds in the sector who want to understand how to take their businesses to the next level and share their experiences over the last few years. On another note, we’re also excited to have a number of new companies showcasing their machines live on the exhibition floor so visitors can gain a true understanding of how they’ll operate on their own factory floors.”

With so much already confirmed, Propak West Africa 2022 is shaping up to reconnect the manufacturing industries like never before.

To find out more information on how to get involved, either by taking one of the final stands or sign up to attend as a visitor please visit –