1st International Trade Show

12-14
October
2022
The Sarit Expo Centre
Nairobi
Partner event:
MEET KENYA’S TOP BUYERS

Organiser &
international contact

fairtrade Messe GmbH & Co KG

Ms Dariah Pfaff
+49 6221 4565 21

WhatsApp-Service

Gladly contact us via chat or call us directly on WhatsApp
+49 157 509 755 36

Contact Africa

B2B Africa

Ms Grace Muthega
+254-738-011-221

Range of exhibits

Plastics and composites

Raw materials and auxiliaries

  • Thermoplastics
  • Thermoplastic elastomers
  • Coating compounds
  • Foams and intermediates
  • Rubbers
  • Synthetic fibres, bristels, tapes
  • Adhesives and glues
  • Paint resins
  • Additives
  • Fillers
  • Reinforcing fibres, -materials
  • Starting materials, intermediate, polymerisation, auxiliaries

Semi-finished products, technical parts and reinforced plastics

  • Processing technologies
  • Follow on treatment of plastics products
  • Supplying
  • Product groups
  • Products

Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries

  • Machines and equipment for preprocessing and recycling
  • Machinery and plant for processing
  • Post processing machines
  • Extruders and extrusion lines
  • Injection molding machines
  • Blow molding machines
  • Machinery and plant for finishing, decorating, printing and marking
  • Welding machines
  • Molds and dies
  • Integrated automation
  • Ancillary equipment
  • Measuring and test equipment
  • Parts and components

Print

  • Pre-press and pre-media
  • Printing machinery, appliances and accessories
  • Book binding and print finishing
  • Paper converting and packaging production
  • Materials and consumables
  • Services

Packaging and conditioning

  • Packaging machines and equipment
  • Machines and equipment for beverage and liquid bottling and packaging  
  • Machines and equipment for imprinting of packaging material
  • Packaging devices
  • Packaging appliances
  • Packaging materials
  • Packaging means and aids
  • Services

The market

Economic data

  • Regional hub Nairobi with high quality of life
  • Money and knowledge transfer from an expansive Kenyan diaspora

Population

  • 53 million inhabitants
  • Young and dynamic: 59% under 24 years of age
  • Population expected to grow to 92 million in 2050

Strengths

  • Academically well-trained university graduates
  • Diversified private sector

Raw materials

  • Agricultural: Eggs, poultry, pork, fish, beef, dairy products, vegetables, fruit, sugar cane, wheat, corn, coffee, tea
  • Mineral: Gypsum, diatomaceous earth, zinc, fluorspar, precious stones, salt, soda, limestone

Opportunities

  • Consumption: Rising demand for high-end consumer goods
  • Numerous sophisticated shopping centers as in South Africa
  • Expandable industrial structures, industrial parks
  • Usable mineral resources such as oil, titanium, rare earths and coal

GDP (in billion US $)

GDP change in %, real

Nairobi - Kenya’s capital and business hub

Famous for having the world‘s only game reserve in a large city.

With 5.1 million residents, the most populous city in the African Great Lakes area.

Regional hub with high quality of life.

Home to thousands of Kenyan businesses and over 100 major international companies and organizations, including the United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations Office.

The Nairobi Securities Exchange NSE is one of the largest in Africa and the second-oldest exchange on the continent; Africa‘s fourth-largest exchange in terms of trading volume, capable of making 10 million trades a day.

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