2014-05-22 - 2014-05-24
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General Manager
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(511) 2017820 (202)
(511) 2017820 (209)

SEGURITEC PERU 2014 has been certified by the U.S. Department of Commerce and encourages U.S. companies to exhibit in this show. U.S. companies interested in exhibiting in SEGURITEC PERU 2014 should contact Ms. Berta Verastegui at Universal Trade Network Inc. via email at or telephone (571) 313-0510.


SEGURITEC PERU is the only International Trade Fair addressed to the Security Industry organized in Peru every two years. This event Promotes and Facilitate the sale of Equipment, Supplies and Services for Security, Safety, Fire, Rescue and Police. Exhibitors are Manufacturers and Distributors of these Equipment and Services, who will have the opportunity to meet with new buyers to increase their sales.

Attendee information

Visitors are Owners, Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Technicians and Specialized Personnel from Private and Government Companies, including Armed Forces, Police, Embassies, Airports, Hotels, Casinos, Hospitals, Clubs, Universities and those interested to buy Security Equipment and Services. May 22 - 24, 2014 2:00 - 9:00 p.m. Jockey Exposition Center Hipodromo de Monterrico Santiago de Surco, Lima 33, Peru Vehicles: Javier Prado Avenue - Gate Nº 1 Pedestrian: Panamericana Sur Express Way - Gate Nº 1-A

Exhibitor information

Cost to Exhibit is S/. 770.00 New Soles per Square Meter (m2), included Additional Services and Package Booth. Products to be exhibited in SEGURITEC PERU can be temporarily imported into Peru without paying Import Duties or presenting Bank Guarantees. The period for the Temporary Import starts 60 days prior to the opening of the Fair and finishes 120 days after the closing of the event (Total 6 months). During this period, products should be nationalized, or reexported.

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