DUBAI, UAE and ABUJA, Nigeria, November 11, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Al Fajer Information and Services, the leading Dubai based exhibition organizer, unveiled details on Autoparts Nigeria 2010 and Plast Pack Nigeria 2010, two international trade fairs to be held from 25 to 27 November at Abuja International Conference Center in Nigeria.

Satish Khanna, General Manager, Al Fajer Information and Services said: The plastics and autoparts industries have rapidly developed in Africa in general and Nigeria in particular. Al Fajer is delighted to organize these two international trade shows that serve as a platform to bring together market leaders from all over the world under one roof.

The Autoparts Nigeria 2010 exhibition will be focusing on parts and systems, repairs and maintenance, accessories and tuning, services, garage equipments, car wash and related issues; while the Plast Pack Nigeria 2010 exhibition will showcase raw materials and chemicals, plastic packaging machinery and equipment and services, machines and equipment for processing recycling, plastics extrusion and thermoforming.

These two exhibitions will showcase a wide range of plastics, autoparts, products and machinery. It is the right venue for international suppliers to meet buyers, especially from the Central African and the other neighborhood countries, Khanna said.

Africa nowadays counts only on its resources and explorations have revealed huge amounts of raw materials in different fields. That is why Nigeria today is exporting extra materials thus laying the foundation for a strong economy within the next few coming years, Khanna added.

Plastics and autoparts inspire countless innovations that help make our lives better and safer every day. Today, they have revolutionized many fields like engineering, medical, transportation, printing, packaging, information technology to name a few, he added.

A clear evidence on the international significance of both shows, Plast Pack Nigeria and Autoparts Nigeria attract participations from all over the world including Germany, Singapore, China, Nigeria, UAE, Egypt, India and Saudi Arabia.

Khanna said Al Fajer was the first among all the companies in the GCC countries to organize such exhibitions demonstrating a far-sighted strategy based on capitalizing the potential of emerging economies.

The Plastics and Autoparts industries today occupy prominent place in the Nigerian economy. Nigeria also has huge oil reserves and its industries play a crucial role in social development.

Building on the tremendous success of the past editions of Plastics and Autoparts exhibitions in Africa, Autoparts Nigeria 2010 and Plast Pack Nigeria 2010 will be the largest shows of their kind in Central Africa.

Contacts: Jeen Joshua, +971-4340-7743,

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