HCM City to host security, fire safety, rescue exhibition

Friday, Jul 14, 2017 11:44

Major General Do Minh Dung, deputy director of Viet Nam Fire and Rescue Police Department, introduces the Fire Safety and Rescue Vietnam – Secutech Vietnam 2017 at a press conference in HCM City on July 13. — VNS Photo

The International Fire Safety and Rescue Technology and Equipment Exhibition and Conference, or Fire Safety and Rescue Vietnam – Secutech Vietnam 2017, will be held in HCM City in August.

The country’s largest exhibition in the field of security, fire protection, safety and rescue will feature 460 booths set up by 270 exhibitors from 18 countries including the US, UK, India, Germany, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, and China.

Speaking at a press briefing in HCM City on July 13, Major General Đỗ Minh Dũng, deputy director of Việt Nam Fire and Rescue Police Department, said the expo would feature advanced technologies and products that could be used in industrial parks, transportation, banks, buildings and others, including surveillance systems, alarms, access-control systems, biometrics, and others.

Leading local and international players like Aikang, Advantech, Bosch, BVND, CBID, Dahua, Dmax, Dong A Fire tech, Draeger, EN3, Everdigm, Firex, Hải Thịnh, Hanwha Techwin will take part.

The event will offer local and international manufacturers of security and safety products the opportunity to explore opportunities provided by the increasing demand for security, including fire safety and modern rescue equipment.

The Ministry of Public Security, Việt Nam Fire and Rescue Police Department and other organisations will organise the 19th Asia Fire-protection Inspection Council Conference, seminar on fire prevention and fighting and the Global Digital Safety Forum on the sidelines of the expo.

Organised by the Việt Nam Fire and Rescue Police Department, Việt Nam Advertisement and Fair Exhibition Joint Stock Company and Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd, the exhibition at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre from August 16 to 18 is expected to receive 10,000 visitors. — VNS

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