Propak West Africa opens its doors in just ten weeks’ time with visitors now able to register for their badges and be the first to receive updates about the exhibition.

With a record number of over 5,000 visitors expected through the doors at Propak to witness the growth and innovation that the exhibition has gone through since 2021, exceeding its previous largest edition in 2019, it promises to be a catalyst for ideas across the industries served.

The focus of Propak remains on the packaging, printing, plastics and processing industries and the auxiliary services and sectors that tie into them, with sustainability and green technologies having a rightfully larger presence for both the exhibitors and the conference agenda.

The ninth edition is sponsored by Epson, Skysat and Neofyton and will take place from the 22nd – 24th November 2022, once again returning to the purpose built exhibition venue, The Landmark Centre that sits at the centre of commerce in Africa’s largest city of Lagos, Nigeria.

Propak West Africa will see a large number of international companies arrive in Nigeria to showcase their product innovations and services to key buyers, business and factory owners from across West Africa. With substantial pavilions from Austria, Egypt, Italy in attendance alongside companies from 14 other countries, it will be a truly international event. Not to be out done by the international representation there is a strong and varied attendance from Nigerian companies who represent a broad range of household names and inspiring start-up companies in the sector. With more than 150 brands already confirmed Propak is bustling with opportunities, see the full exhibitor list online now – .

Retaining its importance more than ever is the conference theatre, where industry leading commentators and operators will be sharing their insight and experience with those who attend. With Prof Pierre Pienaar, President, World Packaging Organisation, Princess Layo Bakare, Managing Director/CEO, FAE Limited and Amith Sukhnundan, Head, Markem-Imaje Dept, SBA Group already confirmed to speak, the line up in 2022 will surpass previous editions in its depth and focus.

The sessions will cover key topics that are affecting the industries today, along with panel discussions covering green technologies, Intra-Africa trade and capital finance. These will be bolstered with presentations on specific areas of the industry including recycling, regulatory changes and industry 4.0.

With so much lined up for November, be sure to register to attend now and make sure you are the first to know about new developments and opportunities to boost your experience at Propak West Africa.

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 –


Tsitsi Musumhi


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