The West Africa Automotive Show (WAAS), Nigeria’s largest auto parts show, returns to Lagos in May.
More than 100 exhibitors will showcase the latest products in the automotive parts and service industry.
Also, more than 3,000 visitors are expected at the three-day (May 17-19) Auto Parts Show.
the West Africa Motor Show (WAAS), Nigeria’s largest auto parts show, will return to Lagos in May. For three days (May 17-19), more than 100 exhibitors from Nigeria and around the world will showcase the latest developments and products in the auto parts and service industry to over 3,000 visitors from across East Africa. West.
While the event will focus on local businesses, there will be a very international flavor with overseas representation from over 20 countries. These include India, UK, Ireland, Thailand, Indonesia, Nigeria, Pakistan, UAE, Poland, USA and Turkey.
the Pin up, which will take place at the Landmark Center on Victoria Island, is approved by the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC). The founding partner is the largest auto parts market in Africa – ASPMDA Auto Spare Parts and Machinery Dealers Association.
WAAS is organized by BtoB Events, which also organizes the hugely popular Food and Beverage West Africa (in June) and Beauty West Africa (in November).
BtoB Events Managing Director Jamie Hill is excited to see the regional automotive industry come together again.
“We are delighted to be able to bring the long-awaited return of the West Africa Automotive Show to Nigeria, for its first post-pandemic edition,” he said.
“The demand for exhibition space has been very high, which reflects the strong desire of the market to resume business and waste our time.
“The impact of the pandemic on international trade has been enormous, so the exhibition will serve as an ideal platform for companies to find new suppliers from all over the world and for suppliers to find new customers all over the world. region.”
There is more information about the show at https://www.westafricaautomotive.com/ with updates available via WhatsApp (+234 8090657106).
Prospective exhibitors can book a stand via https://www.westafricaautomotive.com/our-services/book-a-stand/ or find out more via [email protected] There are also sponsorship opportunities for the show.
Visitors can also pre-register for WAAS at https://www.westafricaautomotive.com/pre-register/ which will give them free entry. Otherwise, there will be a nominal administration fee of NGN 1,000 for non-gate registered attendees.