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Posted On: 7 January 2010 08:23 pm
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Milipol Qatar aims to grow bigger this year

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Milipol Qatar Internal Security Exhibition 2010 is expected grow bigger with an increase of at least five percent in the size of exhibition area and the number of participants, according to top officials. Brigadier Nasser bin Fahad Al Thani, Head of Milipol Organising Committee, was addressing the press during the media launch of Milipol Qatar 2010, yesterday. With its eighth edition to be held from October 25 to 27 this year, Milipol Qatar is considered to be one of the most important exhibitions in the Middle East and it gains significance since it showcases specialised products in security and safety technologies. “The world has seen Qatar achieving the high financial development, when most of the countries were combating the financial crisis. This has made the state a point of attraction as an ideal investment environment and encourages the specialised companies working in the internal security field to take part in the Milipol Qatar 2010 Exhibition,” said Brigadier Al Thani. With more than 4,900 serious visitors at the Milipol Qatar 2008, contracts worth millions were signed. “We are now selecting different companies from round the world to make this edition five percent bigger than the 2008 event. In addition to this, the organising committee has also started the implementation of marketing plan for the exhibition with the aim of inviting and attracting the specialised companies to take part in the Milipol 2010. We are also searching for new markets through which, we can bring more specialised companies to the exhibition to showcase the best and latest security products,” he said. For this, Milipol Qatar Committee has taken part in the Milipol Paris 2009, exhibitions in Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and will participate in various security exhibitions in the coming days. Milipol Qatar Committee has started the implementation of its media plan at national and international level with the aim of announcing the exhibition and projecting the activities of the committee in the coming period, under the directions of H E Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, Minister of State for Interior Affairs. “We invite all national and foreign companies, organisations and establishments to take part in the exhibition. Milipol is the top reference in exhibitions dedicated to internal state security and a privileged place of exchange of ideas and strategies for security professionals. It provides an ideal platform for suppliers of security products and services to meet relevant decision-makers and advisors from around the world – and especially from the Middle East, the Near East and Asia. The most modern equipment in the field of internal security can be inspected on site and contracts agreed,” Brigadier Al Thani said in the presence of Milipol Qatar copmmitte members-Col. Ahmed Al Jamal , Director of Financial Affairs Department, MOI and Col. Saud Al Shafi, Head of Purchase Section. Milipol Qatar 2010 is expected to have top international, regional and Arab dignitaries to add sheen to security exhibition. It is the one meeting point for all international decision-makers for public and industrial security and anti-criminal technologies. The event is open to all serious visitors.