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Power, Steel & Housing Exhibition and Conference

March 22, 2016 @ 8:30 am - March 24, 2016 @ 4:30 pm


The Power, Steel & Housing Exhibition and Conference will hold at the Calabar International Convention Centre from 22-24 March, 2016.


The annual tradeshow gathers Industry Leaders, Thinkers, Investors and Governments in Nigeria and West Africa to synergize on Challenges, Opportunities, Development and Technology in the Power, Steel and Housing sectors of the economy. To further stimulate the growth, the Nigerian government has now created a more conducive business environment by putting in place policies in industry and investment aimed at the effective implementation of the Nigeria Industrial Revolution Plan (NIRP) and the National Enterprise Development Programme (NEDP) initiatives.


Delegates and Visitors from the Power, Steel and Housing sectors will be on ground to exhibit and showcase equipments and technologies on efficient Power generation, Solar Energy, Bio Energy, Windmill, Gas Lines Building, Modern Building Materials, Furniture, Electronics, as well as Steel finished products such as Automotive Parts, Pressure Tubes, Pipes, Farm Machineries and other Appliances.


This, no doubt has been the biggest gathering of Power and Steel providers and distributors from Nigeria and abroad, We urge you to seize this opportunity and participate in the Power and Steel tradeshow.


March 22, 2016 @ 8:30 am
March 24, 2016 @ 4:30 pm
Event Category:


West African Exhibitions & Conferences
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Organizer status (we charge $5 for for-profit listings)
For profit


Calabar International Convention Centre
Summit Hills, Summit Hills Development Area
Calabar, Cross River State 540213 Nigeria
+234 811 056 0614;+234 811 056 0617
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