The 6th agrofood West Africa 2019 with seven country pavilions, 87 exhibitors from 17 countries and a great conference program

Based on upbeat market developments, the 6th edition of agrofood West Africa 2019 is all set for growth. 

Top speakers at the 3-day conference

The Agrofood Processing Value Chain in West Africa – Status quo and future outlook

Among the most important topics:

  • Food Processing Value Chain Market Analysis
  • African Continental Free Trade Agreement – Challenge or Opportunity for the Food and Packaging Sector?
  • Financing Your Business: Where to Go and Who to Approach?
  • Agrofood and Packaging Facing the 21st Century: What Impact do Big Data and Digitalization have?
  • Organic, Fairtrade and other certifications, Panel Discussion

agrofood West Africa 2019

Visitor registration 

Admission to the event is free of charge for visitors. The organizer recommends visitors to pre-register online in order to avoid queues and to secure themselves a free, fast track entry to the exhibition, a personal visitor badge and a complimentary copy of the official show catalogue.

Exhibitors 2019

Exhibitors from 17 countries have already registered for agrofood & plastprintpack West Africa 2019.

The exhibitors come from  Belgium, China, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia and Turkey.

For the first time in 2019: Official German Pavilion

For the first time an official German Pavilion will be presented at agrofood & plastprintpack West Africa 2019 featuring a participation of German exhibitors displaying their solutions and products. 

Record participation 2019 with 11 German exhibitors on 159 sqm

Ghana: Kasapreko builds new beverage factory in the Ashanti region

The Ghanaian beverage manufacturer Kasapreko is building another factory in Tanoso in the Ashanti region. The company will receive a loan of US$ 20 million from Ghana Eximbank. The loan will be granted as part of the government's "One-district One-factory" programme (…)