Hi-Target participated in NIS 51st Annual General Meeting as Chinese GNSS representative

2016-05-25  

May 23rd~May 27th, 2016, NIS 51st Annual General Meeting was held at WOCDIF CENTRE Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria, with the theme being “Beyond Mapping-Integrating Geospatial Solutions for Sustainable Urban Development in Nigeria”. More than 2000 Nigerian surveyors throughout the country attended this big annual event.

 

Hi-Target, as the biggest famous Chinese GNSS brand in Nigeria, was invited to take part in the great occasion and have exhibition activity during this meeting.

 

Hi-Target and partners

 

The exhibition served as a brand promotion activity and opportunity for maintaining good relationship with partners all over Nigeria and western Africa. In the exhibition, many Hi-Target partners and users came to exhibiting area to visit Hi-Target and witness its cutting-edge GNSS solutions better for Nigerian and western African market.

 

Hi-Target partners and users are witnessing Hi-Target GNSS solutions

 

During the exhibition, many members of NIS branch visited Hi-Target, hoping to obtain more valuable information, good surveying instruments options and service about Hi-Target, which will make their work easier and more sustainable and will also improve their work efficiency. 


The Hi-Target representative also met the incumbent NIS president and had exchanged some valuable information.. The president considered Hi-Target as a promising company and hoped that Hi-Target could do more for Nigeria. Hi-Target is now marching on in Nigeria and West Africa market and also looking forward to maintaining good relationship with NIS and contributing to GNSS field in Nigeria. From China, loving Nigeria.

 

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