Bristol Fire, which is part of Concorde – Corodex Group and M.H. Al Mana Group of Companies (CCG), has revealed its participation at this year’s edition of Intersec, the leading international meeting platform for the Security & Safety industry, which will be held from January 15, 2013 to January 17, 2013 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC). The company is expected to throw the spotlight on Bristol Fire new vehicle manufacturing division, which was established to help address the Middle East region’s growing demand for world class fully efficient and reliable fire fighting and safety vehicles like fire trucks and ambulances. Two vehicles (a fire fighting vehicle and an ambulance) will be placed on display during the event, one of which is from the company’s principal, Ziegler, from Germany. The new multi-million manufacturing facility in Abu Dhabi, reflects CCG’s continuing commitment to protect life and preserve the environment. The company’s vehicle manufacturing division stand will be located at 7-705F while its main stand can be found at 7-805F, inside hall 7.
The new facility measures at 30,000 square metres and specifically caters to addressing the mobile fire fighting and ambulance needs of civil defence, aviation, police, and oil and gas segments. The soft opening of the new division during the third quarter of 2012 has helped the company position itself in the segment that specializes in the manufacture of fire fighting vehicles, ambulances, and rapid intervention vehicles. Aside from the new vehicle manufacturing division, CCG will also be showcasing its product offerings for the oil and gas segment, specifically its portfolio of products from Williams Fire & Hazard Control Inc, the world’s foremost flammable liquids fire authority. Products include 12-inch fire fighting hoses, fire fighting foam and the Ambassador Monitor, which is the world’s most preferred monitor by oil and gas fire fighters. Lastly, the company’s Bristol Fire Engineering division, a leading manufacturer of high quality fire fighting products, will be launching its pioneering line of fire rated doors, which have been manufactured at the company’s manufacturing facilities in Dubai. The new doors are expected to attract the attention of MEP contractors who are looking for a high quality fire rated door for the right price.
“We are looking forward to our coming participation at this year’s edition of Intersec, which will allow us the strategic opportunity to position Bristol Fire Engineering as a leading manufacturer and provider of world class fire fighting equipment,” said Mahmood Awad, Managing Director, CCG. “Over the years, Intersec has provided unique value to all target groups in the Middle East region’s thriving security & safety industry. Eagerly awaited by safety and security professionals, the event has stirred in a growing interest for new technical solutions to be used, particularly across preventing accidents and fire fighting. Participating this year, we are set to showcase our new vehicle manufacturing division and our growing portfolio of products, like monitor/nozzles, foam and fire doors."
Intersec 2013 is being held under the patronage of His Highness (HH) Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and features a full program of outdoor demonstrations of tactical rescue operations, a series of safety and security themed conferences and special workshops. Bristol Fire Engineering, which have been exhibitors at Intersec since 2003, have ably positioned itself as market share leaders in the Middle East–investing heavily in the research and development of a product range that can best suit the Middle East and North African (MENA) region and even beyond. The company’s local client base includes the Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO), the Ministry of Interior, Dubai Civil Defense, Qatar Gas and Qatar Petroleum, to name a few.