Bristol Fire puts spotlight on vehicle unit
Dubai, January 14, 2013
Bristol Fire, which is part of Concorde – Corodex Group and MH Al Mana Group of Companies (CCG), is set to throw the spotlight on its new multi-million vehicle manufacturing unit set up in Abu Dhabi at this year’s edition of Intersec.
A leading international meeting platform for the security & safety industry, Intersec will run from January 15 to 17 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Two vehicles (a fire fighting vehicle and an ambulance) manufactured at the new 30,000 sq m facility will be placed on display, one of which is from the company’s principal, Ziegler, from Germany.
The Abu Dhabi unit reflects CCG’s continuing commitment to protect life and preserve the environment. It 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, said a senior official.
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, the world's foremost flammable liquids fire authority.
The 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.
The company's Bristol Fire Engineering division will also 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,” remarked Mahmood Awad, the 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," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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