29 November 2017

West Africa: Nigeria to Host 2018 Conmin West Africa Conference

Nigeria will host the second ConMin West Africa conference from May 15 to 17, 2018 in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja. A statement signed by the Public Relations Manager of IMAG GmbH, Claudia Grzelke, said the conference would bring together suppliers, manufacturers and solution providers who would showcase an array of products from the construction, building materials and mining sectors.

It also noted that the 2018 National Mining Summit will take place alongside ConMin West Africa. The two-day conference will provide opportunity for industry experts to share their views about the latest developments, opportunities and challenges in the sector.

It further stated that the organisers have unveiled a new pavilion for 2018 entirely dedicated to sustainability.

The Managing Director IMAG GmbH, Peter Bergleiter, in the statement said, "We enable businesses to establish a foothold in the market at an early stage and obtain high quality contacts. The combination of a trade fair and co-located specialised conference attended by top professionals from the industry is very well received, as the overwhelmingly positive feedback from this year's participants has proven."

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