Where Cargo Owners Visit To Discover More Efficient Supply Chain Solutions
Exhibitors benefit from Nigeria’s capital import growth due to infrastructure projects and raw material export through agricultural produce and solid minerals. Nigeria has a port handling capacity of 35m tonnes and is the gateway to West Africa (ECOWAS) boasting a combined GDP of $500bn.
Win freight contracts from over 3000 major cargo owners, shippers, importers and exporters in attendance
Generate new leads from 16,000 cargo owners via the Multimodal West Africa marketing campaign
Build relationships and pitch your supply chain solutions to C-Level attendees
Raise brand awareness and generate new business opportunities across multiple market sectors
Exclusive to Multimodal West Africa:
Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) Event Patronage which delivers a regional west African audience increasing your regional and international reach.
Over 20 years’ experience in the African exhibition industry and 10 years’ experience in the global transport & logistics industry providing an unrivalled local and international network.
Highly qualified audience of importers, exporters, shippers and cargo owners who are actively seeking supply chain solutions from you and your competitors.
Inclusion of all major transport modes and industry verticals providing the best possible audience of customers.
Strong Market Growth: Nigeria's total export value stood at around $7.8bn (N3,102 billion) in Q2, an increase of 3.2% against the same quarter last year, this boost in exports can be attributed to diversifying away from oil only exports and Nigeria’s return to economic growth in 2017 which the World Bank reported at 1.2% and is forecasting to double to 2.4% in 2018.View the Visitor Profile