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Members of the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Export Council will be showcasing their latest products and services to visitors of Security Essen over 27th – 30th September 2016.


Held every two years, Security Essen is one of the World’s largest and most important security and fire exhibitions. Attracting over 1,000 exhibitors from as many as 40 different nations, Security Essen provides visitors to the show with an opportunity to view the latest in security innovation from a wide range of international brands.

The last edition of Security Essen, held in 2014, attracted an impressive 40,000 trade visitors from more than 110 countries, and according to Oliver P. Kuhrt, CEO of show organiser, Messe Essen, it is this large, international audience that makes the event so important.

Indeed, the impressive visitor numbers, combined with a huge range of leading security companies, has cemented Security Essen’s reputation as an unmissable event. Kuhrt explains: “Together with the global security industry, we are pleased about the unsurpassed quality of the range on offer, internationality and participation.”

2016’s edition will focus on six main areas of industry; mechanical security systems, cyber security, CCTV, fire prevention, services and perimeter security and BSIA members are looking forward to demonstrating the very latest technology in some of these areas.

As Approved Trade Organisation for the security sector, the BSIA will be arranging the UK Pavilion which enables UK security exporters to exhibit under the same ‘Great Britain brand’.

Daren Wood, Membership and Export Services Manager at the BSIA, explains: “The UK enjoys a positive international reputation when it comes to the provision of security products and services, in part due to the innovation which has become synonymous with the UK’s security industry.

“The UK Pavilion provides international visitors with a focal point to view the latest technology from UK brands who are globally renowned for their quality, integrity and innovation.”