Pak firms all set to display high tech products in IDEAS -2014

KARACHI: As many as 61 Pakistani companies of public and private sector with total 145 companies will participate in IDEAS-2014; Pakistani large and small defence equipment and products manufacturing companies will showcase their high-tech products at IDEAS-2014 scheduled from 1-4 Dec at Karachi Expo center.

Local companies participating in IDEAS – 2014 include Pakistan Ordnance Factories the largest defence industrial complex under the Ministry of Defence Production, producing conventional arms & ammo to international standards; Pakistan Ordinance Factories which is the largest state Companies producing Infantry Weapons, Small Arms Ammunition, Artillery Ammunition, Mortar Bombs, Aircraft & Anti Aircraft Ammunition, Tank & Anti Tank Ammunition, Grenades, Military Explosives & Propllants, Rockets, Commercial Explosives and industrial chemical , POF will also showcase its products.

Moreover, Heavy Industries Taxila manufacturer of Al-Khalid tank, Al-Zarrar Tank, APC Talha, APC SAAD etc, Pakistan Machine Tool Factory (Pvt) Ltd. (PMTF), Pakistan Steel Mills, Heavy Mechanical Complex- III, Military Vehicles Research and Development Est. (MVRDE) etc and many more will display their products.

Moreover, foreign companies producing defence equipments will also take part in the IDEAS 2014. Companies from France, Germany, Italy, Cyprus, Lithuania, Portugal, Turkey and UK will also display their products and share their knowledge and skills along with Pakistani companies.

IDEAS exhibition is one of well recognized event in global defence industry, despite providing single platform to display modern defence products it also helps promote peace and stability in the region. Moreover, participant countries send their high level delegates, officials, defence delegations, security analysts and policy makers to intermingle with other countries for the promotion of their defence products.

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