International Aerospace & Defence Exhibition IADE Tunisia 2020 To Hold In March

The International Aerospace & Defence Exhibition (IADE Tunisia 2020)  event, happening for the first time will showcase over 200 exhibiting companies from around the world and will host a large number of African delegations and decision-makers from Tunisia, Africa, and the Middle East. Individuals and companies who are interested in meeting new buyers, sign new deals or present new products are invited to attend this event.

Scheduled to hold from 4th to 8th March 2020 and taking place in the heart of the Gulf of Gabes in Djerba, IADE Tunisia will provide diverse opportunities to meet international key players of the aerospace and defence industry to build new partnerships and expand network.

The operating Committees includes the Ministry of the National Defence, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Industry and SMEs, Ministry of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Tourism and Handicrafts, The Civil Aviation and Airports Authority (OACA) and General Direction of Civil Aviation (DGAC).

The implementation of an organized delegation visit programs will be open to all exhibitors, B2B, face to face meetings, conferences on updates in both the Aerospace and Defence sectors.

The first 3 days are open exclusively to trade visitors and the last two days also to the general public. IADE Tunisia will provide diverse opportunities to meet international key players of the aerospace and defence industry to expand your network and to build new partnerships.

For further information or inquiry, visit the event website. 



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