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Polish Armaments Group at Eurosatory 2024

The Polish Armaments Group (PGZ) is participating in the Eurosatory 2024 trade fair, which takes place from June 17-21 in Paris, showcasing a wide range of equipment and gear. The true star of the show is the new amphibious infantry fighting vehicle Borsuk (Badger), making its debut at this fair.

The Eurosatory trade fair is one of the largest defense industry exhibitions in the world. Alternating with the DSEI fair in London, it is held every two years in Paris and gathers exhibitors from around the globe. All major arms manufacturers participate, along with a wide audience of buyers and industry insiders. Eurosatory is also a traditional venue for the debut of new weapon systems. It is no coincidence that the Stalowa Wola-made Borsuk is making its debut there (Eurosatory 2024: Paris debut of the Borsuk).

Photo: Polish Armaments Group

“Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa, as a leading defence company in Europe, is present at all the most important industry events, including the Eurosatory fair. We are pleased to present modern, battlefield-proven equipment, as well as solutions that will soon be included in the equipment of the Polish army. Hence the presence of the Borsuk at our exhibition – one of the best solutions in this category of vehicles. I believe that the quality of Polish products, the growing interest they generate, as well as business relationships established during this kind of events will soon open up new export opportunities for us”, said Krzysztof Trofiniak, president of the management board of PGZ.

At the joint exhibition, 11 companies that are part of the Polish Armaments Group are showcasing their offerings at the Eurosatory trade fair. Among the presented equipment are:

  • artillery equipment from Huta Stalowa Wola, including a real example of the NPBWP Borsuk;
  • the Bystra radar station, the Poprad missile system, and the OSU-35K system designed by PIT-Radwar;
  • Piorun and Kusza anti-aircraft systems from Mesko;
  • warheads for unmanned aerial vehicles produced by Belma;
  • optoelectronic equipment: night vision, thermal imaging, and sights from PCO;
  • theBeryl and MSBS Grot rifles, as well as Vis 100 and MPS pistols from Fabryka Broni Łucznik-Radom;
  • sniper rifles, carbines, grenade launchers, and mortars from Zakłady Mechaniczne Tarnów;
  • uniforms, gear, and individual soldier equipment produced by Maskpol;
  • the Daglezja accompanying bridge and the training set from OBRUM;
  • explosives for ammunition and combat agents production from Zakłady Chemiczne Nitro-Chem;
  • a wide range of ammunition from Dezamet.

The Polish Armaments Group invites visitors to their exhibition in Hall 5A at Stand A93.

Press release


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