The increasing demand for medical manufacturing products, equipment, machinery, services and solutions has prompted a surge of representation at Africa's premier medical exhibition, MEDEXPO AFRICA - KENYA 2013,taking place at The Kenyatta International Conference Center(KICC), Nairobi , Kenya, from the 4th to 6th of October 2013.
According to medical professionals in the region: "It will be the most important and relevant trade exhibition for industry professionals in the medical field to source for products, meet new business contacts, build partnerships, and keep abreast of industry trends and developments."
Kenya is currently the largest producer of pharmaceutical products in the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) region, supplying about 50% of the regions' market. Out of the region's estimated of 50 recognized pharmaceutical manufacturers; approximately 30 are based in Kenya.
Statistics have affirmed MEDEXPO'S position as a leading platform for international players seeking out AFRICA as a gateway to the growing population in the region, and for local companies to meet with some of the biggest brand names in the sector. Targeted buyers from across the East Africa are seeking new products, equipment, machinery, services and solutions to keep abreast of industry trends and developments.
Visitor inquiries & registration is very strong and a forecast in the increase in the visitors flow to a 25% rise for the event. Trade visitors from all over East & Central African countries are being invited directly and in collaboration with several regional trade bodies in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique & Congo.
MEDEXPO AFRICA has firmly established itself as a leading and authoritative exhibition for the medical and health care sectors, by attracting a huge number of radical medical equipment manufacturing & distribution companies to showcase their medical technologies, products and services as well as a launch pad for new product innovations. MEDEXPO AFRICA is a vibrant backdrop for the medical equipment manufacturing and health care markets in East Africa.