After the 4th edition of Nigeria Build Expo: International Construction and Building Materials & Technologies Exhibition which was organized by Elan Expo 5th edition of Build Expo will be held between the dates of 21-23 September 2021 at Landmark Centre at Lagos, Nigeria.
NIGERIA BUILD EXPO; THE MEETING POINT OF THE MAJOR BRANDS
Elan Expo concluded the 4th edition of the annual successful Build Expo in Nigeria which was the meeting point of the major brands. Nigeria Build Expo which is an avenue of interaction in the Building, Construction and Design industries hosted 86 exhibitors from 13 countries; Australia, Italy, China, Belarus, Germany, Mexico, Singapore, Poland, Turkey, Spain, Egypt, Nigeria, and India and more than 5.200 visitors all around the World. Elan Expo arranged 450 B2B meetings, 12 Summit, 422 Summit Attendees and more than 150 media partners promoted the event through print, online, and social media channels.
The General Manager of ELAN EXPO Mr. Süer AY interprets this year’s Build Expo show as “4th edition of Nigeria Build Expo was as attractive as the previous years. Build Expo were supported by many local associations and institutions; such as Lagos State Ministry of Justice, Advancing Architecture Building Competencies, APWEN (Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria), ACEN (Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria), The Nigerian Institute of Building, ACIMAC ( Associazione Costruttori Italiani Macchine Attrezzture per Ceramica ), Nigeria Institution of Civil Engineers, Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce and Nigeria Society of Engineers.
Sector Giants preferred Build Expo 2019!!
Many international companies as Kumtel, Grupo Miro, Hilal Aluminum, Ibero System, Enarco, Bekotaş Paint, Edimex, Schaefer, SFH Ltd, JSC Mogilevliftmash, Al Dhabi False Ceilings, Grzegorz Buganik, Bull Machines, Hamza Aluminium, Akdeniz Aluminium, Ak-Plast and more attended 4th Nigeria Build Expo. There was also perfect interest of the local companies to the Nigeria Build Expo 2019; JMG Limited, C.Woermann, Actolog, Delan Technologies, Lifemate Nigeria Limited, Terrarest Foundations Nigeria, Elevators and Escalators Nigeria, Quantum Steels Nigeria Limited, Silk Plaster Nigeria, Berliac Wires and Cables, Elfad Concept Limited, Agor Homes, Plusworld Roofing Limited, Pecksgrey Nigeria Limited, Tenq Homes, Portland Paints & Products, Floorkraft Limited, Dulux Paint, Adron Homes and Properties Limited and more attended the show and they are looking forward for 2021 edition.
NIGERIA BUILD EXPO IS EXPANDING ITS SCOPE WITH; CERAMICA EXPO, ALWINDOOR EXPO AND MEGAHORECA EXPO!!!
Mr. AY mentioned that “With the demand of the exhibitor companies Elan Expo expanded the sectoral scope of the expo with a special Ceramic Hall on the 2019 edition – Ceramica West Africa Expo 2019. For the first time the consecutive build expo was hold with a complementary sector, many local leading exhibitor companies in the Ceramic sector such as Dofas Technical Nigeria, Royal Engineered Stones Ltd, West African Ceramics Ltd., Norton Industries Ltd., and more was pleased to be at the new hall on 2019. With the successful new hall and requests from the firms for other special halls as Alwindo Expo 2021: Aluminum, Window and Door Industries Exhibitions and MegaHoreca Expo 2021: Hotel & Restaurant & Café Equipment Industries exhibitions will be opened in the 2021 edition of Build Expo.
SAVE THE DATE!!!
5th NIGERIA BUILD EXPO which provide perfect interaction to all sector; Construction Tools & Equipments, Materials & Machines, Oilfield & Gas Field Equipment & Services, Building Materials & Equipments & Machines, Iron & Steel Products, Pipes & Plumbing, Drilling & Well Servicing, Roofing Systems, Bathroom & Kitchen Equipments, Floor Covering, Aluminum, Window, Door, Hotel & Restaurant Paints, Heavy Machinery, Stone & Stone Equipment & Machineries, Wood Products, Decoration, Furniture and Glassware will take place between the dates 21-23 September 2021 with the concurrent expos 2nd CERAMICA WEST AFRICA, MEGAHORECA Expo and ALWINDO Expo at Landmark Centre at Lagos, Nigeria.