At Milipol Asia-Pacific 2024, U.S. Industry Exhibits Innovation, Invites Partnership to Bolster Regional Border and Homeland Security

At Milipol Asia-Pacific 2024, U.S. Industry Exhibits Innovation, Invites Partnership to Bolster Regional Border and Homeland Security

Singapore and Waldwick, NJ / April 3, 2024 —Southeast Asian and Pacific countries looking to strengthen border and homeland security will find a cross-section of leading U.S. suppliers, a majority offering system security solutions to combat large-scale threats to infrastructure, this week at Milipol Asia-Pacific 2024 in Singapore.

Against a backdrop of complex transnational tensions and internal domestic threats, the U.S. presence at the show underscores America’s long-term commitment to bilateral partnerships that prioritize peace and economic security across the region. The United States is the largest source of foreign direct investment in Southeast Asia, and the Biden administration’s FY2024 budget request included “an unprecedented” $1.2 billion in economic, development, and security assistance for the nations of Southeast Asia, according to the White House.

The centerpiece of the U.S. presence at the show is the USA Partnership Pavilion, organized for the fourth consecutive edition by Kallman Worldwide, Inc., in coordination with government agencies including the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Defense, and State. The Pavilion is America’s headquarters on-site, a high-profile showcase for exhibitors to maximize their success at the event, and a forum for all to share ideas and insights.

Now more than ever, success in international trade depends on partnership and teamwork,” said Kallman Worldwide President and CEO, Tom Kallman. “The USA Partnership Pavilion at Milipol Asia-Pacific advances America’s security and trade interests by strengthening relationships with our partners and customers throughout the region.”

The Pavilion roster features 14 exhibitors — eight of which are new to the show — representing 11 states and Canada, all looking to generate new business and create jobs by growing exports, expanding in their in-region footprints, and/or recruiting overseas partners to establish or participate in home-based operations.

In addition to their prominent presence on-site, Pavilion exhibitors have an extra advantage over competitors at Milipol Asia-Pacific. In partnership with, the global supply chain networking platform, Kallman Worldwide has produced an interactive digital directory to connect participating suppliers with more prospects online before, during, and after the show.

Sourcehere supports thousands of B2B companies around the world with tools and utilities — including direct messaging — to meet, conduct business, and build trade relationships anywhere, anytime. The company launched in 2022 with a focus on trade shows, capitalizing on spikes in market interest around events such as Milipol Asia-Pacific to demonstrate its robust, 24/7/365 platform as an alternative to traditional printed show directories.

“For American companies with business interests in Singapore and throughout the Pacific and southeast Asia, it’s important to have a local presence,” said Kallman. “Sourcehere gives U.S. exhibitors at Milipol Asia-Pacific an extended competitive advantage in the local and regional business conversation.”

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Since 1963, Kallman Worldwide has worked with individuals and organizations in more than 50 nations to advance global trade in STEM-driven industries. The company’s portfolio of international trade shows, event management services, custom stand building and design, global supply chain networking tools, and workforce advocacy programs connects thousands of buyers and suppliers to more opportunities around the world every year. As an international U.S. representative, Kallman is a strategic partner of the U.S. Department of Commerce and a proud recipient of the President’s “E” and “E Star” Awards for its active role in aiding U.S. exporters and in recognition of its export promotion efforts. The company is headquartered in Waldwick, NJ, with U.S. satellite offices in Washington, DC and Houston, TX, a Latin America office in Santiago, Chile, and a bureau in London, UK. For more information, visit



Chris Meyer
Director, Corporate Communications
Kallman Worldwide, Inc.