Enforce Tac 2023 continues to develop: A mixture of the new and the familiar

Just a few weeks ago, the Meeting Place for the Industry for trade visitors representing security agencies and the armed forces promised “Two halls, one community!” Now, however, it is clear that Enforce Tac 2023 will extend to three exhibition halls.

“We are so ready!” says Isabelle Teufert, Exhibition Director Enforce Tac, in anticipation of the forthcoming exhibition on 28 February and 1 March 2023. Just a few weeks ago, the Meeting Place for the Industry for trade visitors representing security agencies and the armed forces promised “Two halls, one community!”Now, however, it is clear that Enforce Tac 2023 will extend to three exhibition halls.

Broad range of exhibitors in 2023: More space for new faces

For Isabelle Teufert, there is no doubt: “Political developments have put the focus on internal and external security. Not only are we continuing to develop, but many exhibitors in the hunting and sports weapons industry are reviewing their focuses, or are creating space for a new range of products and services. In addition to exhibitors who have been involved since the beginning, such as B&T, POL-TEC, FN Herstal, First Spear USA, 5.11, Radar 1957 Italia and Ceotronics, many new faces will be attending in 2023. Halls 8, 9 and 10 will give us the space we need to meet the strong demand from qualifying exhibitors as well as our industry professionals.”

“To make active use of industry developments and help to shape them.” That is how Andrea B. Ferkinghoff, member of the management team of Ferkinghoff International, describes the reason her firm will be attending Enforce Tac 2023. A German family business, Ferkinghoff International is an established expert in American products and maintains an extensive portfolio in the areas of military weapons, optics and equipment. Ferkinghoff will attend Enforce Tac for the first time as an importer with partners Mossberg and Primary Arms, and a range of other US products. “By taking part, we will add a lot of value for visitors to Enforce Tac, and we are looking forward to the personal contact,” Ferkinghoff continues.

In addition to Ferkinghoff International, trade visitors will also have the pleasure of discovering other new exhibitors such as LaserAmmo and SFC Energy.

Part of the scene at previous events: md-textil

md-textil is a family-run craft business that offers a broad range of customized solutions for tactical equipment. “We set a lot of store by interacting with the users of our products,” says Marcel Doneth, CEO of md-textil. “We work with special forces from throughout Europe to develop products of the highest quality. Close interaction with users and careful handiwork at our in-house stitching facility are our keys to success – and being part of Enforce Tac 2023 means both being part of and being right at the heart of our industry.”

Save the date

The next Enforce Tac will be held at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg on 28 February and 1 March 2023. Industry professionals at Enforce Tac can look forward to an exhibition area of 22,200 m² in 2023 (2019: 13,730 m²).

Source: Enforce Tac news release

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