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The success of the first Malaysia-Africa Palm Oil Trade Fair and Seminar (MA-POTS) held in conjunction with the continent’s largest food and beverage event – Africa’s Big Seven – has encouraged a follow up meeting in the West Africa Region, which is an emerging agriculture investment destination. Generally, it is viewed that the demand for oils and fats will continue to grow in this region and Malaysian palm oil exports to this region are projected to exceed one million metric tonnes for the first time in 2011. On the ground information and contacts can be secured through networking at the Malaysia – Africa Palm Oil Trade Fair and Investment Seminar (POTS) 2011 on 12 December 2011 at Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
The objectives of POTS are as follows:
1. To generate greater awareness of the nutritional benefits and advantages of palm oil for the food and non-food industries in the Africa region and to promote greater usage of Malaysian palm oil and its related products.
2. To establish, renew and widen contacts as well as foster a better understanding with buyers / manufacturers / end-users related to the Oils & Fats industry in Africa.
3. To provide a conducive platform for interaction between members of the Malaysian palm oil industry and African region end users as well as to address issues of common interest.