Show Focus

Poland is Buying. What are You Selling?
In addition to F-35s, Poland is budgeting to upgrade and add a wide scope of capabilities over the next 15 years, including:



  • F-16s to build on the existing fleet
  • "Loyal Wingman" Stealth UAVs
  • Imagery, reconnaissance and surveillance
  • Air defense systems
  • Helicopters


  • Coastal defense vessels
  • Surface combatants
  • Submarines
  • Light missile boats


  • Self-propelled howitzers and mortars
  • Armored personnel carriers
  • Anti-tank capabilities



The new plan envisages modernization expenditure that would match the expectations of the Polish soldiers. We’re speaking of a sum of 524 billion zlotys, ca. 133 billion US dollars, allocated to procurement of new armament and equipment for those who protect our security. No government in the Polish history so far has been able to allocate sums so large to modernization of the Polish military.


Land Defense
Minister of Defense has recently announced his intent to establish a new military unit called Territorial Defense Forces (Wojska Obrony Terytorialnej), and increase the total number of troops by additional 30,000. With direct correlation to the addition of 30,000 new troops and the need to update individual soldier equipment and weapons, Poland is a prime target for tactical gear manufacturing, small arms manufacturers and other combat support equipment manufacturers.

$ 2.8 billion for arms and technical modernization. Poland will also look to upgrade and replace integrated command support, battlefield imaging systems, armored transportation carriers and the modernization of army missile and artillery through the Technical Modernization Plan 2016-2020.

Military Aviation
Polish Deputy Defense Minister announced a budget of $3.3 billion to purchase combat helicopters for the country's Air Force. The helos are designed to replace the Soviet-built Mil Mi-24.

Parts and support equipment for Poland’s new fleet of F-16 fighter aircraft will also be needed.

Defense Systems
As the first line of defense for NATO, Poland will continue to allocate a large portion of their defense budget on border control and early detection systems.

Show Data

MSPO 2019 broke records for the number of exhibitors, visitors, and buying delegations participating. The show also hosted nearly 40 professional conferences, seminars and official meetings that brought extra thought-leadership and insight to the nation-to-nation conversation. Organizers expect the 2021 show to continue to grow as more exhibitors, official delegations, thought-leaders and influencers become aware of this strategically important event, the scope of the opportunity and the caliber of the competition!

Public Sector

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