All the necessary gear and equipment for the uniformed and rescue services on display at the XXIV International Logistics Fair. Following many-year traditions, the Logistics Expo has complemented the International Defence Industry Exhibition. The upcoming Expos are held from 4 to 7 September 2018.
The upcoming LOGISTICS' agenda offers the visitors a chance to become familiar with the offer crafted for uniformed services and admire the officers' skills and capabilities. Following previous years' example, representatives of the Police and Border Guard Services will boasts their professional crafts. Next year's show, although still in the pipeline already promises to be really interesting. According to all indications, last year's records regarding the number of exhibitors and visitors of will be beaten again!
MSPO focused on armaments, military gear and equipment, LOGISTYKA has been crafted for all other uniformed and rescue services. Its products range includes also supplies, transportation and maintenance. Many companies, such as Lubawa SA and Maskpol have presented their equipment, protective garments, personal equipment for the Police, Prison Services and Border Guards. The exhibition has not fallen short of medical equipment, rescue gear and appliances and safety-related devices. The expo was also the showcase for the leading Polish companies, such as PIAP, WB Group as well as for foreign firms such as Aerovironment and Elbit Systems. The exhibitors list included manufacturers and suppliers of specialized weapons, tasers, pyrotechnic supplies. There have been UMO, WORS 11, Cenzin, Cenrex and many other to showcase their products and services.
The IT, data security and cryptography also proved popular among visitors. The companies from home, such as Kryptonand the world-tycoons such as Beatronic, Thales, Cobham also showcased here.
Heavy-duty equipment and vehicles for the uniformed services put on show by AMZ Kutno, Jakub, H.Cegielski-Poznan asl well as foreign concerns such as: Lacenaire, Tatra, Excalibur Arms generated an avid interest among the expo visitors.
The dynamic demonstrations featured the skills of uniformed forces' officers - there were the Police dogs training trainings, hand-to-hand unarmed combat, the Representative Border Guards Band and many others.
The Logistics Fair culminated in the awarding ceremony at the Defender's gala. The Police Commander Award in Chief award was presented to Lubawa SA for its Venus – a concealable bulletproof vest for women.The Commander in Chief of the Border Guards' Distinction "Boarder Guards Laurel " was again awarded to the Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements "PIAP". This time the IBIS’ pyrotechnic and reconnaissance robot earned accolades.
The Logistics Fair was held simultaneously with the International Defence Industry Exhibition. For the first in its history, the expo agenda included the Open Days for the general public. Almost 40,000 visitors attended the exhibition.