Posted by: The Guardian on 13th of June 2018
Posted by: Businessday on 11th of June 2018
Posted by: DaySpringNews 13th April 2018
Ukraine would invest over $2billion in the provision of manufacturing equipment, agro-processing, agricultural, metal and plastic equipment to Nigeria
posted by: Businessday 05 of March 2018.
Nigerian manufacturers are hard hit by poor market and credit access, infrastructure hiccups, low patronage and high production cost. These and many other factors hurting their competitiveness in the local and international markets.
Posted by: Optimum Times 01 of March 2018
Over 3,000 visitors and exhibitors have confirmed their participation in the forthcoming manufacturing equipments expo being hosted by the manufacturing association of nigeria (man) and clarion event west african.
posted by: The Guardian 01 March 2018
Despite recording an improvement in local sourcing of raw materials for production, manufacturers in the country have expressed optimism of further reducing their level of imports as well as deepen access to plants and machineries necessary for value addition at this year’s Nigeria manufacturing and equipment (NME) and raw materials (NIRAM) expo
Posted by: The Daily Trust 10th September 2017
Frank Udemba Jacobs is the President, Manufacturing Association of Nigeria (MAN) in this interview, Jacobs reviews the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) second quarter report and outlines what government must do to sustain the current growth in the nation’s economy. Excerpt:
Posted by: OLAJIDE FABAMISE, 11th of August 2017
Manufacturers in the country under the auspice of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) have disclosed that Nigeria’s cumulative manufacturing investment stood at N3.79 trillion in 2016. This is according to a survey conducted by MAN and made available to LEADERSHIP in Lagos.
Posted by: Franklin Alli
DOMESTIC sugar manufacturers imported over 1.4 million metric tonnes of raw sugar into the country in the first half of 2017 (H1’17). The imports were maily as raw material for final consumer sugar refinery.
Posted by: Odinaka Anudu & Amaka Anagor-Ewuzie, Business Day, 31st July 2017
After a very difficult 2016, operators in Nigeria’s seaports are seeing an uptick in business, due to an increase in the volume of imported raw materials, spurred by the appreciation in the value of the naira and availability of foreign exchange.