agrofood plastpack Ethiopia 2017: Important associations and global players from nine countries already confirmed participation

More than two thousand professional visitors expected

Organized by the German trade show specialists fairtrade and in cooperation with their Ethiopian partners Prana Promotion, the premier international Trade Show on Agriculture, Food, Beverage and Plastics & Packaging Solutions and Technology “agrofood plastpack Ethiopia 2017” takes place on 3 to 5 February 2017 at the Millennium Hall in Addis Ababa.

Top quality exhibitors from 14 countries are ready to discuss business with more than two thousand specialists from all over Ethiopia and for technology transfer. The exhibitors come from Austria, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Kenya, Taiwan, Thailand, the Netherlands, Togo, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

Top institutional support agrofood plastpack Ethiopia 2017 is supported by the French association adepta, giz- German association for international cooperation and the German Engineering Federation VDMA. Further trust is given by the Ethiopian Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the Ethiopian Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical Industry Development Institute, the Food Medicine and Health Care Administration and Control Authority of Ethiopia and the Chemical and Construction Inputs Industry Development Institute.

Show concept of agrofood plastpack Ethiopia:

Special Offer: Ethiopian Airlines is Official Carrier

We take care of your transportation!

Ethiopian Airlines is official carrier of the show and offers a 15% discount for your flight to Addis Ababa!

To make your reservation, please click here.

Ethiopia constructs 17 integrated agrofood industry parks worth US$ 1.5 billion

Ethiopia more and more makes it into the headlines one of the mega projects being the construction of 17 integrated agrofood industry parks worth US$ 1.5 billion. The construction of four of these have already kicked-off in Western Tigray, South-West Amhara, Central Oromia and Eastern SNNP.
 
The pilot projects are due to be carried out as part of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization's (UNIDO) Programs for Country Partnership, a model partnership for achieving Inclusive Sustainable Industrial Development.