Nigeria Rice Tech Show

Welcome to the Nigeria Rice Tech Show

an exclusively International largest Rice Technology Sourcing HUB in West Africa

Nigeria Rice Tech Expo, NIRICE TECH EXPO 2020 will be Everything about Rice Technology and a unique platform for Rice Tech manufacturers from across the World to network with the prospective Rice Farmers, Millers, Processors, Agroprenuer and Consumers. The event will focus exclusively on Rice inputs, Fertilizer, Equipment, Processing and Packaging Machinery and other related Agro allied.

Nigeria Rice Tech Show

Why Participate

Show Expectations

Latest Technology Showcase

Latest Rice Tech innovation display that can enhance Rice Farm and Food operations, all on display in one efficient, state-of-the-art center.

Accessibility to Sourcing Client

More than 1000 Hosted Buyers are expected to participate at the expo, with available platform, exhibitors will meet enough buyers in three days.

Direct Marketing opportunity

During the expo, there will be direct marketing opportunities between participating companies and suppliers for productive B2B, B2G & B2C.

20000+

Rice Farmers/Millers

2000+

Hosted Buyers

200+

Exhibitors

20

Related Associations

10

Government Bodies

20

Professional Speakers

Nigeria Rice Tech Mega Show

Expected outcomes

Technical Tie-ups, Business and Financial Collaborations, Business Deals, Investment Commitments. Creating of Future Business Opportunities, Creating Dealers / Distributors Network, Increased awareness about Improvement in Technology, Value Addition, Quality, Productivity, Marketing and Exports opportunities.

Supporting Partners
Nigeria Rice Tech Show

Nigeria Rice Industry Review

Nigeria is the largest producer of rice in West Africa (2nd in Africa, after Egypt), with production increasing at a CAGR of 6.5% over the past decade, reaching 3.8 million metric tones in 2018. The average yield in the country is approximately 1.8 metric tonnes per hectare.

In Nigeria, rice consumption far exceeds production with a yearly average production deficit of about 2.4 million tonnes recorded between 2007 and 2018. In order to meet the present deficit due to insufficient local production, Nigeria imports rice from several exporting countries to increase its total supply. In 2018, 3 million tonnes of rice was imported into Nigeria, via its shipping ports as well as informal cross-border channels (importation through land borders is prohibited). Nigeria imports most of its rice from Thailand, India and the USA, incurring a bill of about $5 million daily. Read More