AEZTEK participates in Safe Secure Pakistan 2016

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AEZTEK participates in Safe Secure Pakistan 2016

AEZTEK participates in Safe Secure Pakistan 2016 : AEZTEK​ is participating in Safe Secure Pakistan exhibition to be held on March 1-3, 2016 at Pak-China Friendship Centre​ in Islamabad​. JANADA Electronics​ is representing AEZTEK as it authorized distributing partner in Pakistan region. Entry is free for all. Contact details: Contact Us. AEZTEK’s regional office is in Bahrain and sees opportunity at the leading trade fair for security and safety worldwide, which will be held in Islambad, Pakistan from March, 1-3. Visit at our Stand No. 2-130.

AEZTEK participates in Safe Secure Pakistan 2016 on March, 1-3

Renowned as the Pakistan’s largest and most comprehensive trade and networking exhibition for various industries held in Islamabad, Safe Secure Pakistan 2016 offers a wide spectrum of products from the fields of construction, building material, property, interior, infrastructure, security and more.

AEZTEK will be competing alongside major global brands and security market players. AEZTEK introduces Kinetic Series, its new product line, at Gulfbid Bahrain. Analog cameras will be mounted and feeding live video, highlighting AEZTEK’s Crystal Series and Professional Series. Additionally, Full HD IP cameras and analytic software will be highlighted alongside a mobile DVR display. AHD ranges will also be introduced.

Safe Secure Pakistan 2016 features exhibitors and welcomed visitors from many countries, which makes it unique exhibition for security products in the world.

Map of pak china friendship centre islamabad

About Pak-China Friendship Center

Pakistan-China Friendship Centre is an art, conference and exhibition centre in Islamabad, Pakistan. It is developed with the help of China–Pakistan relations. Its construction was started in April 2005 when the Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China Wen Jiabao visited Pakistan. It was inaugurated on December 18, 2010 by the Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao. Currently it is run by the Ministry of Culture.