In a remarkable display of dedication to Nigeria, BOBST, one of the leading names in the packaging industry, marked its sixth consecutive appearance at the recently concluded Propak West Africa 2023.
The 10th edition of the event, held in Trademark Lagos, highlights BOBST’s enduring commitment to a country that boasts a population of 217 million and holds a prominent position as one of Africa’s economic powerhouses, alongside with Egypt and South Africa, collectively contributing to half of the continent’s GDP.
“BOBST’s association with Nigeria dates back to 1994 when it first established a technical platform in the West African nation. In 2016, BOBST took a significant step forward by inaugurating its local entity in Lagos, a strategic move demonstrating the company’s commitment to being close to our customers and partners, not only to assist them but also to elevate the packaging industry in West Africa, particularly in Nigeria,” says Eric Pavone, Business Director AFMETR Region at BOBST.
“Participating in Propak West Africa signifies BOBST’s determination to support and nurture the packaging sector in the region. The event serves as a platform for us to showcase our cutting-edge technology, innovative, sustainable solutions, and industry expertise to a diverse audience of stakeholders,” adds Pavone.
By participating in the 10th edition of Propak West Africa, BOBST has reaffirmed its pledge to be at the forefront of the packaging revolution in this dynamic market. The company’s dedication to Nigeria and West Africa continues to shine as a beacon of progress and prosperity in the packaging industry.