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Mega Clima Nigeria 2024

Mega Clima Nigeria 2024

  • Where: Nigeria, Africa
  • When: 21 May 2024 – 23 May 2024
  • Visitor time periods: 10:00 – 17:00

Exhibitor profile

Mega Clima Nigeria 2024. Image supplied by Mega Clima.
Mega Clima Nigeria 2024. Image supplied by Mega Clima.

Ventilation and air conditioning systems and equipment

  • Air conditioner units, fans, fan coils, recuperators, air filters, air ducts and heat pumps

Heating systems and equipment

  • Burners, boilers, interior heaters, wall hung boilers, alternative and renewable energy, hot water heaters, stoves and electric heaters

Refrigeration systems and components

  • Chillers, cooling towers, close-circuit liquid refrigeration system, cold rooms, refrigeration compressors and refrigeration components

Installation systems

  • Installation components, Lpg and lng systems, radiators, pipes, valves, pumps, boosters, installation armatures, water counters, fittings, storage and fire installation components

Water purification, treatment systems and equipment insulation materials service groups

  • Mechanical, installation design and application and certification services

Why exhibit?

  • Elan Expo with a solid network and experience which has been organising exhibitions for seven years in Nigeria.
  • The annual growth rate in Nigeria’s construction building sector is 13%. Import rate is 85% for construction materials.
  • Five big construction projects are planned for building in the upcoming years in Nigeria, including:
    • Dangote refinery Project. Cost: USD12-billion
    • World Trade Centre Abuja Project. Cost: USD1-billion
    • Eko Atlantic City Project Cost: USD6-billion. The project (like the palm island of Dubai) will be built on 10 million square metres and it is a major investment project not only for Nigeria but for Africa. It includes residences, hotels, restaurants and cafes etc.
    • Lekki Deep Sea Port Project. Cost: USD1.65-billion
    • Abuja Centenary City Project. Cost: USD18-billion.
  • Nigeria is now Africa’s largest foreign direct investments beneficiary and its diversification is well underway. Indeed, the non-oil sector is growing faster than the oil sector as Nigeria’s 182 million-strong population starts getting wealthier and consumes more and more.
  • The Nigeria market is, without a doubt, the biggest in Africa with an official population figure of 182 million.
  • Trade shows put your company and products face-to-face with customers and prospects, your main objectives are to generate awareness and ultimately make a sale.