The three-day exhibition shed light on the most advanced technologies in terms of products and services in the field of transport, communications, tracking, authentication systems, systems for monitoring and control at port lets in addition to the security companies, the media and information systems.
The Milipol Qatar 2014 Organizing Committee asserted that the exhibition has achieved a great success this year and registered high records compared to previous years in terms of number of companies, countries, delegations and the space occupied as well as the value of transactions entered into by the Ministry during the three-day event.
Brigadier Nasser bin Fahad Al Thani, Chairman of the Organizing Committee noted that 6,583 persons from 63 countries around the world visited the exhibition, an increase of 13% over 2012 edition, in addition to 146 official delegations from 30 countries.
He announced that the Ministry of Interior's various departments entered into transactions worth QR 309 million (over US$ 80 million).
Meanwhile, the Director of Procurement Department at General Directorate of Logistics in the Ministry of Interior and member of the Milipol Qatar Committee Brig. Saud Rashid Al Shafi said that the Ministry is seeking to conclude new deals with a number of exhibiting companies worth QR20 million, while the total value of transactions during the exhibition this year reached QR 329 million.
In turn, Ms. Muriel Kafantaris, Director of Milipol Paris pointed out that Milipol Qatar 2014 had achieved a great success this year, according to published statistics.
During a press conference, she explained that the value of transactions of Qatar's Ministry of Interior this year had amounted to almost QR329 million compared to QR 252 in 2012 edition.