RELEASE: Where security meets innovation: FSBI drives industry transformation

Where safety meets innovation: FIRE SAFE BUILD INDIA drives industry transformation.

RELEASE: Where security meets innovation: FSBI drives industry transformation

Where safety meets innovation: FIRE SAFE BUILD INDIA drives industry transformation

MUMBAI, India, Nov. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- FIRE SAFE BUILD INDIA, a pioneering exhibition focused on passive fire protection solutions will be held from February 1 to 3, 2024 at Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai . Organized by NuernbergMesse India, the second edition of the event will bring together industry leaders, professionals and innovators from the field of fire safety to present the latest developments and products designed to protect lives, assets and property.

Forecasts predict that the fire protection systems market will reach $103.88 billion by 2027, with the Asia-Pacific region dominating with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.23%. The Indian construction market size is projected to reach an AAGR of over 5% during 2024-2027.

With India set to become the world's third-largest economy by 2030, rapid urbanization, expansive infrastructure and a burgeoning industrial landscape underscore the critical need for passive fire protection measures.


FSBI 2024 will offer innovative and customized passive fire protection solutions for various sectors such as construction, energy, aviation, shipping and manufacturing.

Esteemed brands like Shakti Hormann, OBO Bettermann India, Thomas Bell-Wright International Consultants - UAE, Hilti India, among others, will showcase their latest technologies and solutions at the exhibition. Support from entities such as the Center for Safety Engineering, IIT Gandhinagar and international associations such as the National Fire Protection Contractors Association strengthens the event's reach and stakeholder participation.

The profile of those attending the event includes architecture and design companies such as Access Architects, Metro Designs, etc. that promote the incorporation of passive fire protection from the beginning of the project. Government entities like Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation, Directorate of Petroleum Security, Airports Authority of India, etc. They represent the nation's commitment to strict safety standards. Big players like Van Oord India and Tata Hitachi Heavy Machinery Equipment underline the importance of fire safety in demanding environments.

Electrical and safety experts such as Siemens and ETA Engineering attend to explore the integration of fire safety systems with electrical design.

Additionally, a series of workshops and sessions led by leading experts during FSBI will provide information on best practices, relevant regulations and the latest trends in fire safety, enabling attendees to remain compliant and well-prepared for the changing regulatory landscapes.

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Exhibition Contact: Kalyan VedanthPortfolio DirectorM: 91 76191 63082E:

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