Manila: The Asian Defense & Security (ADAS 2022), the 4th Asian Defense and Security, Crisis & Disaster Management Exhibition and Conference in the Series to be held in Manila serving the Philippines and the wider Asia Pacific region has been rescheduled and will now open on April 27, 2022.
“We are delighted to announce that ADAS 2022 has now been rescheduled to be held from 27-29 April and will again be at the World Trade Center, Metro Manila,” the organisers said.
“ADAS 2022 continues to enjoy the full endorsement of The President’s Office, the Department of National Defense, the National Security Council, the Office of Civil Defense, The Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Philippine National Police, the Philippine Coast Guard and many other defense & security agencies. We very much look forward to seeing you in Manila this April,” they added.
ADAS 2022 is organsied by APAC EXPO PTE LTD, which is based in Singapore and specialises in delivering events that serve the national interests of the Philippines.
Following the very successful launch in 2014, the second edition in the Series, ADAS 2016 achieved even greater success, and grew by 42%, reaffirming its position as The Philippines’ Flagship Defense and Security Event. Living up to its recognised stature in the international defense industry, the third event ADAS 2018 grew by another 30%.
“ADAS 2022 will once again prove to be another great success as it continues to attract a significant number of international exhibitors from around the world to Manila in January 2022,” the organisers said.
“As Organisers, we are delighted to be working closely with the Department of National Defense, the National Security Council, the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Philippine National Police, the Philippine Coast Guard and many other defense and security agencies to meet participating exhibitors in the Show in order to fully evaluate their ongoing modernisation and upgrading requirements. We look forward to your participation at ADAS 2022, and to welcoming you in Manila.”