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Saudi Arabia’s first Intersec kicks off after boom 2016

KSA – Intersec Saudi Arabia kicks off tomorrow and will feature more than 130 exhibitors from 25 countries when it opens at the Jeddah Center for Forums & Events.

Saudi Arabia spent US $5.4 billion on commercial security, homeland security and fire safety in 2016, comprising a whopping 42% share of the Middle East market, a new report revealed ahead of the kingdom’s first Intersec exhibition.

Leading manufacturers and suppliers will be present at this year’s edition as well as 22 official launch partners, according to organisers Messe Frankfurt Middle East and Al-Harithy Company for Exhibitions (ACE Group).

Saudi Arabia on industry top

Ahmed Pauwels, CEO of Messe Frankfurt Middle East, said: “Saudi Arabia is the pre-eminent player in security and fire protection for the entire Middle East, and in Intersec Saudi Arabia, we’re bringing this huge market to the doorsteps of the leading international players.

“The dedicated trade fair brings Saudi customers and partners in direct contact with suppliers of the latest technologies and solutions available in the market, so they can more easily and efficiently protect their critical assets and people.”

Intersec Saudi Arabia will present an overview of the entire safety, security and fire protection industries through six product sections of commercial security, information security, perimeter & physical security, homeland security & policing, fire & rescue and safety & health.