PGZ Group’s companies are presenting their offerings at the EUROPOLTECH International Fair of Technology and Equipment for the Police and National Security Services. Our offering features, among other things, firearms and ammunition, surveillance and aiming devices, command and communication systems, trainers and simulators, as well as traffic enforcement cameras and video recorders. Many of the solutions we are exhibiting are already being used successfully by users in Poland and abroad.
Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa has intensified the activities aimed at drawing interest to state-of-the-art solutions for law enforcement services and special services. PGZ Group’s R&D and manufacturing capabilities enable it to design solutions adapted to the challenges and threats arising from everyday tasks of uniformed services’ officers.
The offering includes, among other things, the MSBS GROT-family carbines and VIS 100 pistols produced by Fabryka Broni „ŁUCZNIK” – Radom Sp. z o.o., sniper rifles and grenade launchers produced by ZM Tarnów S.A., ammunition produced by MESKO S.A., surveillance and aiming devices produced by PCO S.A., command and communication systems produced by WZŁ nr 1 S.A., trainers and simulators developed by OBRUM Sp. z o.o., as well as uniforms produced by Makspol S.A., and traffic enforcement cameras and video recorders produced by ZURAD Sp. z o.o.. The Group’s companies also offer security and supervision systems produced by OBR CTM S.A. as well as solutions that enable detection and neutralisation of drones created by Wojskowe Zakłady Uzbrojenia S.A.
The EUROPOLTECH 2019 Fair is taking place on 8-10 May at the Warsaw EXPO XXI Centre. It is held in close co-operation with the services subordinate to the Polish Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Special Armed Forces, Military Police, Internal Security Agency, Intelligence Agency, Central Anticorruption Bureau, and the Prison Service. Participation in the EUROPOLTECH is limited only to the representatives of Polish and foreign police and civilian services, as well as military security forces, politicians, and state administration officials who are responsible for the broadly defined field of security. The previous edition was visited by more than 4000 people.back to articles