Buildmacex Nigeria

2018-10-16 - 2018-10-18
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+234 8087969169 ,+234 8164757423

BUILDMACEX NIGERIA is an international trade exhibition for building, construction, and machinery industry. The trade event will offer a platform to discover latest technologies, advances of market trends, and new products & supplies. The show is an outstanding opportunity for business networking among the industry professionals.

Visitors Profile 
professionals from building, construction, architecture and design industry which includes contractors, dealers, distributors, public administrators, architects, interior designers, project managers, mechanical and electrical engineers, structural and civil engineers, lighting consultants, procurement and purchase heads, Industry leaders and government bodies, and many more professionals of the industry will visit the trade event.

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The exhibitors will exhibit their products and services such as building materials, construction merchandiser, bath, sanitation, tiles, ceramics, decorative, architectural lighting, air conditioning, refrigeration, paints, coats, wall coverings, home appliance, office automation, safety, security, fire protection, kitchen technologies, electrical merchandise, wires, cables, international furniture, interior supplies, doors, windows, hardware & fittings, switches, switchgear, roofing, cladding, wood, veneer, floorings, elevators & escalators, water technologies, landscape, plumbing, pipes, fittings, steel, concrete, engineered marble & stones, and many more merchandise of the industry.

Time: 10:00am-6:00pm Daily
Venue: Eko Convention Centre Eko Hotel and Suites
Address:Adetokumbo Ademola Street Victoria Island, Lagos.

For more details contact:
mobile:+2348164757423 +2348087969169
skype: ejayesty
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Cost: Payment required - payment is required for exhibitors alone visitors entry is totally free!

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