5 Jul 2019

TenCate Advanced Armour to exhibit at Milipol 2019

TenCate Advanced Armour will once again exhibit at Milipol Paris for its 2019 edition. Highlighting the developments in body armour, ballistic shields, and protection solutions for police and civilian vehicles, TenCate Advanced Armour invites customers and partners to join us at Milipol 2019. Milipol Paris is the leading event dedicated to homeland security and safety. The 21st edition will be held on 19-22 November 2019 at Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre.

TenCate Advanced Armour will showcase a wide portfolio of new developments for the leading event in homeland security including a newly developed ballistic shield designed to comply with the strictest requirements for Special Forces use, new developments in modular plates, and lightweight ballistic solutions for police cars. In total, TenCate Advanced Armour will highlight its capability as a global provider of survivability solutions for Special Forces, military, and law enforcement units.

Milipol Paris has witnessed the introduction of several of TenCate Advanced Armour’s most spectacular developments, most recently in 2017 where the modular TenCate Multi-light CXP461 system was launched, decreasing the weight of currently marketed 7.62x39 MSC plates by as much as 25% and with two different add on plates available to bring the protection of the system up to SS109 or full NIJ level IV.

Every two years Milipol Paris is the ultimate gathering point for all international representatives and practitioners from the safety and homeland security sector. Featuring over 1,000 exhibitors and around 30,000 attendees, business meetings, conferences and live demonstrations, Milipol Paris is the headline event for the sector and the focal point for all the latest innovations. The event brings together business professionals from the security sector from all levels: ministries and governmental bodies, administration and institutions (Customs, Interpol, National Police), manufacturers, distributors, and service companies.


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