Security Fair 2018 in Essen, Germany


The biennial German Security Exhibition was held from September 25 to September 28 at the Essen Exhibition Center. Our insistence on participating in the exhibition, not only understand the current development direction of the security industry, but also know a lot of new peers and customers, and a heartwarming scene occurred--- European super VIP customers said: the exhibition is good and bad, but Wuzhou has insisted on participating in the exhibition for so many years, so that everyone can see that Wuzhou has always been there. Anytime,you are here,you are always here!

 

Here's a clip from Wuzhou on the spot:

 

Inquiries from German customers

 

After the exhibition, friends in the industry went to the Eiffel Tower for a group photo

 

We were photogenic

 

    展示五洲产品

 

    我们在愉快的沟通

 

The security exhibition in Essen, Germany ended perfectly, and Wuzhou will continue to work hard!! Looking forward to the Beijing Security Exhibition from October 23rd to 26th!

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