ABIMDE (Brazilian Association of Defense and Security Materials Industries) will be showcasing the capabilities of the Brazilian Defence Industry at the International Defense Exhibition And Conference (IDEX), one of the main defense events in the world, which will take place at Abu Dhabi.
The aim is to promote BIDS (Industrial Defense and Security Base) companies, strengthen ties with other countries and generate business for Brazil. ABIMDE associates: Atech, Avionics, CBC, Condor, Embraer, Gespi, Iacit, Kryptus, MacJee, M&K Logistics, Siatt and Taurus are participating in the exhibition.
“The coming years will be crucial for Brazilian companies that wish to obtain or expand space in the foreign market. That is why ABIMDE acts strongly in supporting BIDS companies. And IDEX is a golden opportunity for our companies to show their potential with partners from around the world, especially from the Middle East ”, pondered the entity’s president, Dr. Roberto Gallo.
Paulo Albuquerque, director of projects and institutional relations at ABIMDE, points out that the holding of the Brazilian Defense Day with the United Arab Emirates, in November last year, qualified the associates for the event in Abu Dhabi. “Our companies arrive stronger and more prepared at this event. In a highly competitive environment, they start at the front ”.
IDEX 2021 will showcase the latest developments, technologies and innovations in the defense industry. In addition to supporting the development of the sector, the event establishes new relationships between large international companies.
IDEX is sponsored by Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the United Arab Emirates and supreme commander of the country’s Armed Forces. The event is organized by Capital Events in association and with the support of the Armed Forces of the United Arab Emirates.
The only international defense exhibition and conference confirmed in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, IDEX is an important platform for those who want to establish and strengthen relationships with government departments, companies and armed forces across the region.