28-31 MAY 2020

Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Event Starts In


Aviation Base of the RK Air Forces, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Exhibition Space


KADEX is back! It is still held under the patronage of the Ministry of Defense and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The 6th edition of KADEX will take place from 28 to 31 May 2020 in the military sector of the Astana-Nursultan Nazarbayev Airport (Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan).

P&C International is officially endorsed by the show organizer to recruit and coordinate US companies at KADEX .
See you in Nur-Sultan!


Key Figures

2018 edition
Official Delegations
participating countries

Objectives of KADEX

Widening of opportunities and perspectives of domestic enterprises in accordance with necessities of the Armed Forces, other forces and military formation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, assistance of their production promotion to foreign markets.
Attraction of foreign developers and manufacturers of military and special-purpose in the sphere of modern production and modernization of armament and military equipment to the republic.
Creation of favorable conditions for establishment and development of mutually beneficial contracts between manufacturers and consumers of defense industry production, experience exchange in issues of technological modernization of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan.


About the market:

As one of the emerging powers in Asia, and one of the largest and best-performing economies in Central Asia, Kazakhstan offers strong potential for growth compared to its neighbors.

While the country invested US$9 billion cumulatively over the period 2014-2018, the defense budget is expected to increase to US$17.1 billion cumulatively over the forecast period.

During the historic period, Kazakhstan’s defense budget allocation towards capital expenditure increased from 30.4% in 2014 to 34.9% in 2018, as the country entered into a number of procurements deals during 2014-2018. With the country aiming to overhaul in military capabilities, it is likely to implement more defense equipment procurement contracts.

The country is expected to procure military equipment to boost its naval strength and maritime security in order to bolster its strength in the Caspian Sea and is also likely to invest in Multi-mission and maritime helicopter, multirole aircraft, airborne C4ISR, airbone EO/IR systems, and transport aircraft.

Profile of exhibitors:

Aircraft, Space technologies, Weapons and equipment for land and naval forces, Air defense means and systems, Logistic and equipment support, IT-technologies, communication tools and systems, Cyber defense, UAVs and robotic in military sphere, Alternative energy sources in the military sphere.