2023 (DATES TBC)
Aviation Base of the RK Air Forces, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
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 in May 2023 (Dates TBC) 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 & coordinate US exhibitors at KADEX.
We look forward to your participation at KADEX 2023, and we look forward to welcoming you in Nur-Sultan!
So mark your calendar now and book your space today!
- Aircraft and Aerotechnics Technologies
- Weapons and equipment for land and naval forces
- Air defense means and systems
- Logistic and equipment support
- communication tools and systems
- UAVs and robotic in military sphere
- Alternative energy sources in the military sphere
SOME PARTICIPATING COMPANIES AT KADEX 2018…
DEFENSE EXPORT & LOGISTICS (DXL), IOMAX, FLIR SYSTEMS, GENERAL ATOMICS AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS, GENERAL ATOMICS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION, SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORPORATION, STREIT GROUP FZE & TEXTRON AVIATION
ABOUT THE MARKET
Kazakhstan is the 79th largest trading partner of the United States, with a total of $2.1 billion in two-way trade in 2018. U.S. firms have invested tens of billions of dollars in Kazakhstan, concentrated in the oil and gas sector.
Kazakhstan and the United States belong to a number of the same international organizations. Kazakhstan is a member of the United Nations, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and North Atlantic Cooperation Council. Kazakhstan held a nonpermanent seat on the UN Security Council in 2017-2018, held the chairmanship of the OSCE in 2010 and held an OSCE summit in Astana in December 2010.
Washington sees Kazakhstan as a reliable Central Asian contributor to stability in nearby Afghanistan.
Kazakhstan is ranked one of the largest and oldest operators of Russian military equipment, meaning luring it off of Russian-made arms could be lucrative for the American military-industrial complex.