5th Annual Armoured Vehicles Latin America

2016-06-30 - 2016-07-01
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IDGA?s Military Vehicles Exhibition & Conference provides sweeping updates on the vehicle market, industry and community annually. MVEC is one of the of the largest vehicles shows in the United States, previously bringing together more than 200 exhibitors, 2000+ international/domestic attendees and 28 participating countries. The Vehicles Expo returns with a new expanded perspective that includes armored vehicles for national security and law enforcement. As the vehicle community faces a series of challenges previously unfelt, individuals have stepped up to continue vital communications, collaborations and research developments.
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Targeted VendorsAs the largest military vehicles event in North America, we look to work with a variety of vendors to ensure we are gathering the most effective solutions in the industry. Below is a sampling of vendor solutions that are typically represented onsite: Armor Battery Systems Communications Vehicle Power Wheels/Tires Vetronics Lighting Composites Adhesives/Coatings Brakes Suspension Systems Engine/Turbine Components Fuels, Lubricants, Oils and Waxes Transmission Systems Tracks Wire Harness and Cable Assemblies Shock and Vibration Control Sensors Powertrain and Chassis Bearings Hoses Windows Doors Gauges and Meters Suspension Systems Switches Flooring Seat Assemblies Special Purpose Vehicles Audio/Video Devices

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