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Automotive Trade Shows Nigeria

West Africa Automotive Show is an event dedicated to the West African automotive industry. The event will bring together suppliers, dealers, and manufacturers with all those involved in automotive maintenance, repair, and vehicle enhancement to make connections and do business.

Auto Parts Exhibition in Nigeria

West Africa Automotive Show : Visit West Africa Automotive Show and get to see 1000’s of spare parts and aftermarket products from around the world, many of which will be showcased in the region for the first time. Find the key contacts, automotive parts importers, wholesalers in the industry, make the right deals and see the innovation coming into the sector. Visit now!

West Africa Automotive Exhibition, Nigeria, Africa | WAAS

West Africa Automotive Exhibition is an international motor trade show that showcases the range of auto spare parts needed. Being part of West Africa Automotive Show will give you an opportunity to find the key contacts, importers, wholesalers in the industry, make the right deals and see the innovation coming into the sector. Visit for latest Automotive Industry News here!

WAAS : Auto Parts Exhibition Nigeria

West Africa Automotive Show, a unique and most trustworthy Event is ready to kick-start from November 6th to 8th 2019 at Landmark Centre in Lagos, Nigeria. 120+ Exhibitors from across the World and Over 2,500 Attendees. Visit the newsletter here!

Self-driving Cars & Trucks Market Demand Worth 4,223 Thousand Units By 2030

The global self‑driving/autonomous cars and trucks market size is anticipated to reach 4,223 thousand units by 2030, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., exhibiting a CAGR of 63.1% during the forecast period. To request a sample copy or view summary of this report, visit here!


Auto Exhibition Africa

Auto Exhibition Africa

West Africa Automotive Show is the number one business to business exhibition for the automotive service industry in West Africa. Pre-register or book a stand for this Auto Trade Show here!

Automotive Electronics Market Size Worth $410.13 Billion by 2025

The global automotive electronics market size is expected to reach USD 410.13 billion by 2025, according to a study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. It is estimated to expand at healthy CAGR of 8.6% during the forecast period. Read complete report here!

How to Make Money from Nigeria’s Road Transportation Industry Boom

Are you interested in doing business in the transport sector? Do you want to tap into the numerous opportunities in the road transportation industry? Then this article is for you.

Which are the best automotive exhibitions held globally?

Auto Trade show exhibitions provide a platform to companies to showcase your products to consumers and also get new B2B customers. Here we take a look at the biggest and best of Africa's auto shows and exhibitions with a focus on those scheduled for 2019.

Investigation: How delayed implementation of dirty fuel ban costs Nigerians billions

According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), in 2018, Nigerians spent N135 billion in 10 months to import parts and accessories, including car engines. When compared to 2017, the stats show that expenses on imported automobile spare parts have significantly increased. Only a few Nigerian car owners know that fuel that is high in sulphur (dirty fuel) could be responsible for damaged car engines. Read more here!

Hydrogen Generation Market Size Worth $180.2 Billion By 2025

The global hydrogen generation market size is predicted to be valued at USD 180.2 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. It is expected to expand at a CAGR of 5.8% over the forecast period. Rising demand for renewable sources of energy and safe fuels is projected to boost market growth. Rising demand for renewable sources of energy and safe fuels is projected to boost market growth. Read complete news here!

Automotive Interior Ambient Lighting Market Worth $4.59 Billion By 2025

The global automotive interior ambient lighting market size is expected to reach USD 4.59 billion by 2025, according to a study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc., registering a 7.2% CAGR during the forecast period. To request a sample copy or view summary of this report, here!

How many upcoming trade shows will be held in 2019?

West Africa automotive exhibition 2019 has a definitive target of providing an effective platform to existing and potential professionals, including the stakeholders in the automotive and associated businesses, across the world to explore and capitalize on the bountiful possibilities in the industry in Nigeria. It is going to be a significant gathering of major local and international vehicle manufacturers, & brand representatives, including suppliers & dealers in the automotive business in Nigeria and West Africa. Learn more!

Tokunbo Imports Almost Double

According to the U.S Department of Commerce, Nigeria imported 82,180 units of vehicles from the U.S in 2018, as against 48,899 units in 2017. This means that the numbers of vehicle imported into Nigeria grew by 68% year-on-year 2018. Read complete report here!

Sparrows Dynamic Launches Decarbonising Service for Motorists

Vehicle owners in Nigeria now have an opportunity to rid them of carbon with the launch of carbon cleaning machine in the country. Sparrows Dynamic, is an automobile service company that provides innovative services to vehicle owners. Read complete report here!

IMF ranking: Nigeria regarded as the largest economy in Africa

The International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s have recently revealed that Nigeria and South Africa are among the largest economies in Africa with a combined Gross Domestic Product (GDP) which is around $750 billion in the year of 2017/18. Visit for complete report here!

Standard Chartered Bank Provides Insight to Funding Manufacturing Sector

Standard Chartered Bank, recently hosted the first edition of its Business Banking industry event, The Confluence, as part of its efforts to deepen sustainability in the Nigerian manufacturing industry and promote business financing. The event brought into perspective the growing demands in the industry. Click here to read more!

Substandard engine oils are destroying Nigerian cars – Bidemi Fahm

Oil and Gas expert, Mr. Bidemi Fahm has raised the alarm over some of the engine oils currently being sold at petrol stations, auto part shops, and some other sales outlets in Nigeria, saying they can cause damage to car engine. Read complete report here!

Explorer driving electric Nissan car across Africa arrives in Nigeria

The fear that Nigeria and many African countries may not be ripe for electric cars may soon vanish with the arrival in Nigeria of a Polish explorer, Arkady Pawel Fiedler, driving Nissan Leaf, considered the world’s most popular electric vehicle, across the continent. View complete report here!

What points could make Auto Expo very effective?

Here's a look at some of the Auto Expo's most important points and what to expect from West Africa Automotive Show, the upcoming Auto Expo set to be held in Lagos, Nigeria. Click here!

Sub-Saharan Africa : Firming Up the Economic Recovery

Sub-Saharan Africa is seeing a modest growth pick up from 2.8 percent in 2017 to 3.4 percent in 2018, the IMF said in its latest economic health check of the region. Read complete report here!

Firms build refurbishment centre for Nigerian-used cars

Cars45, Turing Simcubator Limited, and Carsbazr have said that the newly established refurbishment centre in Lagos will facilitate an improved service for car buyers, sellers, technical experts and motor specialists in the country. Read the complete report here!

Auto Policy: Dangote Sinotruck to begin local trucks production

Dangote Sinotruck West Africa Limited is to commence the local assembly and production of a full range of commercial vehicles and trucks. A Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment statement sent to PREMIUM TIMES by Bisi Daniels, the spokesperson to the minister, Okechukwu Enelamah, said on Monday the range of trucks would cover heavy duty, medium, light trucks and other semi-trailers. Read complete report here!

CPC alerts consumers on recall of certain Ford Fusion, Lincoln and Focus vehicles on account of manufacturing defect

BtoB Events is a dynamic exhibition organizer - Founded by a former divisional director for Africa of a FTSE 100 organization within the exhibitions field. BtoB Events are responsible for one of the largest portfolios of exhibitions across the West African market covering industries such as Auto-parts, Medical, Food and Beverage and Beauty. Hosting over 500 exhibitors and 10,000 attendees annually. Read more here!

Traders Count Losses As Fire Guts Auto Parts Market

Hundreds of traders at the popular Uwelu Auto Spare Parts in Benin, Edo State, are now counting their losses as millions of naira worth of goods went up in flames in a midnight fire. The fire razed over 90 shops at the market located in Egor Local Government Area of the state. Learn more!

Nigerian, Austrian firms to make vehicles run on gas

Powergas Nigeria has struck a partnership with an Austrian clean tech company, ETEFA, to facilitate the conversion of city buses and trucks in Lagos and the Niger Delta to run on natural gas, as part of efforts to reduce gas flaring in the country. Read the complete report here!