Milipol Qatar 2016, Doha, Qatar
31 oct-2 nov 2016
Milipol Qatar – the region’s most influential trade exhibition dedicated to internal State security –wrapped up three days of showcasing the state-of-the-art in security products and services from hundreds of international exhibitors.
Milipol Qatar 2014
Doha, Qatar – October 14, 2012: Milipol Qatar – the region’s most influential trade exhibition dedicated to internal State security –wrapped up three days of showcasing the state-of-the-art in security products and services from hundreds of international exhibitors.
244 exhibiting companies (up 10% on the 2010 figure) from 37 countries were joined by a record number of delegates and media representatives. The former was making the deals which made Milipol Qatar 2012 the most successful edition of the event to date, while the latter were spreading the news worldwide about what makes this event the most influential of its kind in the Middle East. Media representation at Milipol Qatar 2012 came from all over the Gulf, the Levant countries, and from Europe.
The exhibitors utilized a total 5,403 square meters of floor space at the Doha Exhibition Centre – an increase of 19% on the area used for the 2010 edition. As anticipated, business was brisk throughout the event.
GCC-based representation at Milipol Qatar 2012 was very strong indeed overall, with big numbers of regional companies descending on Doha. From KSA, the Saudi Chemical Company; from Bahrain, Impact Canine Solutions and Janada, and from the UAE, Elements Business Media FZ, Tawazun Holding, Adasi, Burkan, Remaya, Caracal International, Tawazun Advanced Defence Systems, Caracal Light Ammunition, Nimr Automotive, Motorola Solutions, Morse Middle East, Stratign FZco, Al Hamra Trading, Advanced Middle East Systems, Safa Telecom, and Al Majdal Trading.
Jordanian representation came from the KADDB Investment Group; from Kuwait, the Al Hadaf Company, and from Oman, the Oman Textile Mills Company.
The local presence was augmented by exhibitors from Europe, America, and Asia through a representation of big names in the field such as Cassidian, Thales, Motorola, NEC, Rheinmetall AG, Alsetex (SAE), Finmeccanica, IBM as well as a large number of innovative SMEs.