Chinese exhibitors got another opportunity to showcase their products at the three-day China Trade Week Phase II that kicked off at the Kenyatta International Conventional Centre (KICC) in Nairobi on Monday.
The trade fair, which runs under the slogan Imarisha Maisha Na China, saw various companies exhibit their products ranging from consumer goods, automobile and auto-parts, electrical and IT and agricultural .
In partnership with the MIE Groups, the trade fair has been rated to be the biggest B2B event in East Africa with a lot of visitors expected.
Among the companies that are taking part in the trade fair is Aogrand Group, which deals with domestic products such as soap and ghels and Nanjing Amity Printing Company, which prints Bibles, textbook, diaries, packaging bags and product designs.
The company is getting into type setting business and hopes to expand in partnership with Kenyan firms.
Also taking part if Stanbic Bank. The lender set up shop to assist target clients in importation of goods through financing and shipping and creation of current accounts and saving accounts.
Others were Masai Finest Coffee, Chinya Tea Development, Amombo online platform, Zaihing company and Raton Outdoor Company.
Medical equipment, fertilizer and animals feed products were also being showcased.
“I am happy that we have launched Phase II of China Trade week today. We are ready to give everybody good service depending on what they want or consume. We definitely have almost every product for any client,”said one exhibitor.
“We hope Kenyans will come out and support Chinese products as well as Kenyan products through this partnership,”said Lantos Khatanah, the GoldRock International sales and marketing manager.
Linnah Taliah is a journalism student at St Paul’s University. She is on attachment at Business Today.