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2019 LAAD DEFENSE&SECURITY
Release time：2019/04/15 News View count：447
Brazilian Military&Army Defense exhibition LAAD is the largest military and police defense exhibition in South America. It started in 1997 and is held every two years. It is one of the most important military and police defense exhibitions in the world. And our company is very honor to join in the this exhibition, there are some photos as below:
Each LAAD attracts a large number of military delegations and visitors from Brazil and around the world.
The exhibition lasted for 4 days, during which LAAD defense seminar, LAAD security seminar, counter-terrorism action negotiation strategy seminar, video data analysis seminar, big data fusion seminar, military logistics and so on were held.Each exhibitor attracts potential customers with its own design and development characteristics.
At each exhibition, Chinese military products will be favored by Latin American countries. Colonel Montero de Castro of the Brazilian Ministry of Defence praised the “Made in China” armament. He said, “Chinese military products have received attention in Brazil. I have visited China’s exhibition area every time. Although the products are familiar, the quality and technical content of the products are higher year by year. Some of China’s military technology has been at the forefront of the world. There is no doubt.”
In recent years, the demand for military and police defense equipment in Latin American countries is growing, which is both an opportunity and a challenge for Chinese producers who have just opened a door to the Latin American armament market.