UAE companies to dominate at Milipol Qatar
- Qatar: Sunday, September 16 - 2012 at 10:35
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Milipol Qatar - the region's most influential trade exhibition dedicated to internal state security - has announced unprecedented levels of demand from exhibitors from the United Arab Emirates. Twenty-two UAE companies will occupy the largest pavilion for Middle East and GCC countries.
This will be the ninth edition of this leading international event, which is a technological showcase for innovative products and services in the public and industrial security sectors, and helps to shape internal security policy in the Gulf and beyond.
With Milipol Qatar 2012 now on the horizon, the organisers of the event have released new figures detailing the number of exhibitors and the number of international pavilions, including those countries in these two categories that are showing at Milipol Qatar for the first time.
Additionally, Milipol Qatar has detailed the total amount of floor space which will be used for display purposes - a number significantly larger than at Milipol Qatar's last edition in 2010 - as well as the identity of some major new exhibitors from the top drawer of the internal security sector.
Twenty-two of the 239 exhibitors at Milipol Qatar will be UAE-based companies: Elements Business Media Fz Llc; Tawazun Holding; Glock Middle East Fze; Adasi; Burkan; Remaya; Caracal International Llc; Tawazun Advance Defense Systems; Emirates Advances Industries; Caracal Light Ammunition; Nimr Automotive Llc; Motorola Solutions Ltd; Morse Middle East; Stratign Fzco; Al Hamra Trading Est; Advanced Middle East Systems; Advanced Integrated Systems AIS; Safa Telecom; Al Majdal Trading Company Llc; Digital Barriers; IDEX 2013; and the Security Review and Nation Shield.
The total number of exhibitors from 34 countries represents an overall increase of 8% on the 2010 figure. Nine countries are represented at the event for the first time: Bahrain, Brazil, Bulgaria, South Korea, Egypt, Jordan, New Zealand, Oman and Pakistan.
There will be numerous international pavilions at Milipol Qatar 2012, with Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, France, USA and Canada repeating their previous representation at Milipol Qatar. France (the home country of Milipol Qatar's parent company) will occupy the largest pavilion, with a total of 41 exhibitors.
Major new exhibitors for the event that have just been announced include Tawazun Holding of the UAE, Abimbe of Brazil, KIG-KADDB of Jordan, Siemens Communications Media and Technology of Austria/Germany and NEC Corporation of Japan. In all, the 239 exhibitors will occupy a net floor area of 5,362 square metres, an increase of 18% on Milipol Qatar 2010.
Milipol's Director of Security Events, Michael Weatherseed, commented: "The response from exhibitors to the opportunity presented by Milipol Qatar 2012 has been extremely enthusiastic and many companies will be joining us who have registered for the event online.The exhibiting companies are in place and with such a strong and extensive roster, this edition of Milipol Qatar seems certain to attract record numbers of buying visitors and attendant media coverage."
"We're very close now to finalising the exhibitors' line-up but there is still time to join us next month. To any company considering exhibiting at Milipol Qatar 2012 who has not yet 'taken the plunge' we would say this: the existing roster of companies that have signed up, and the anticipated record number of delegates and media representatives expected at the event, mean that Milipol Qatar 2012 is an extremely attractive business proposition that is going to be productive and successful for all concerned parties. Join us."
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