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Opportunity for Pakistani Automotive Industry to enter the growing African market

West Africa Automotive Show(WAAS) is an event dedicated to the West African automotive industry. It will showcase the range of vehicle parts and accessories needed to keep cars, trucks, buses, motorbikes and commercial vehicles on Nigeria and West Africa’s roads.

Why Nigeria for Exports?

  • Nigeria has seen double digit growth in demand for car parts over the past five years, as a result of the high number of older cars on the road. 
  • Over 60% of cars on Nigeria’s roads are more than 12 years old, but only 11% are under five years old.
  • Across Nigeria, the spare parts market is seen as a vital business, with individual states supporting the development of specific sites for spare parts traders and automotive/motor mechanic businesses.
  • The sector is also being boosted by new technology, creating a growing online marketplace.
  • With national policy encouraging greater car assembly within Nigeria, as well as increasing the tariffs on imports, all these factors demonstrate that the vehicle parts business in Nigeria is going to keep on growing.

Who can Exhibit in WAAS?

The event will bring together suppliers, dealers, and manufacturers with all those involved in automotive maintenance, repair and vehicle enhancement:

Auto Parts & Components
Lubricants
Filters
2 & 3 Wheelers
Wheels & Tyres
Engineering equipment
Hardware & Tools
Interior & Exterior Accessories
Rubber Products
Repair, Care & Maintenance Products

waas profile

For detailed exhibitor profile, click here

About Nigeria

  • It is projected that by 2030 Nigeria will be the world’s third most populous country behind China and India.
  • Nigeria is the world’s 20th largest economy, worth more than $500 billion and $1 trillion in terms of nominal GDP and purchasing power parity respectively. It overtook South Africa to become Africa’s largest economy in 2014.
  • The commercial hub of the country Lagos has over 21 million inhabitants and is the largest city in Africa, in fact, Lagos State’s GDP is $131 billion in its own right, making it the 6th largest economy in Africa.

Being part of West Africa Automotive Show will give you an opportunity to find the key contacts, importers, wholesalers in the industry among the +3000 professional visitors. 

Download Brochure here