Following the successful step of a new positioning in Nuremberg last March, Enforce Tac will again be staged at the NürnbergMesse in the two days leading up to the IWA show.
The international exhibition and conference for law enforcement, security and tactical solutions will take place in Hall 10 in the Congress Centre NCC Mitte on Wednesday and Thursday, March 4th and 5th.
For the fourth time, the trade fair will be presenting a comprehensive range of products for official agency special forces, in addition to service weapons, ballistic accessories and optronics, as well as tactical equipment.
Exhibitors will also be showing protective and operational clothing such as bulletproof and stab-proof vests, facial protection, shields and helmets, as well as operational vehicles. Parallel to this, police security experts will be able to enter into an exchange at two conferences on current themes and engage in specialist further training.
Thomas Preutenborbeck, event manager for Enforce Tac and IWA OutdoorClassics in Nuremberg, said: “Right from the start we registered a great response on the part of all those involved. The concept of staging not only one trade fair but also a special fair on a sensitive theme, where a manageable number of experts on the highest level can come together, has been received very well.”
Based on their own statements, 99 per cent of the trade visitors said they were satisfied with the information and contact-making possibilities on the trade fair stands, while 94 per cent of the exhibitors reached their most important target groups during Enforce Tac 2014, and 92 per cent established new business connections.
Enforce Tac 2015