Please note that this event is now at capacity and registrations are closed.

Good food and drinks
Even better company

DEFSEC Atlantic is one of the largest aerospace, defense, and security events in Canada and a prime opportunity to connect with buyers and sellers and win new business.

OMX is hosting a B2B luncheon and reception at the historic
Five Fishermen restaurant, just ten minutes away from the DEFSEC venue.

Primes, buyers, sellers, and industry insiders will be in attendance and ready to connect. 

There will be exclusive B2B meetings with buyers looking to procure and expand their supplier network, including:

ALMACO
ALMACO, the world's leading system supplier for the global marine and offshore industries, has over $5 million in open RFIs that they are are looking to fill.
In 2017, ALMACO provided the 2,200-ton superstructure for a Royal Canadian Navy AOR vessel under the Government of Canada and Davie's Project Resolve.
ALMACO's VP of Procurement will be flying in from Finland with his team to host B2Bs.

Toshont
Toshont is Canada's only designer and manufacturer of electric motors, generators, and variable frequency drives for a variety of defense, mining, energy, and commercial applications.
Toshont is looking to introduce their unique Canadian capability and defense industrial base assets to prime contractors and end-users.

Davie
Davie, Canada's largest shipbuilder, has a new and urgent program awarded by the Government of Canada to re-purpose existing arctic capable vessels into three medium Icebreakers for the Canadian Coast Guard. Davie is also looking for suppliers for future naval ISS programs.
There are significant supply chain opportunities for those who have the skills and resources necessary to complete these time-critical programs.
Davie's new Director of Supply Chain/Procurement will be hosting B2Bs.

Viasat
Viasat is one of the world's largest satellite manufacturers and a multi-billion dollar global communications company.
Last month, Viasat announced the delivery of its first ViaSat-3 payload module structure, built by Boeing. The next-generation ViaSat-3 is scheduled to provide broadband service over the Americas beginning in 2020.
Viasat's CTO and his team will be hosting B2Bs.

Eat, drink, and network with the decision-makers in Canada's defense industry.

The Five Fishermen Restaurant
Tuesday, October 2
11:30 -  3:30PM
1740 Argyle Street
Halifax, NS B3J 2B6


$3.7 billion in unclaimed defence opportunities  Did you know that Canada's offset policy states that 100% of defence  investments must go back to Canadian businesses? That's$3,735,199,162 of  unclaimed opportunities.   Learn more