NFPA Mexico Fire Expo To Collocate With Expo Seguridad Mexico

ROC-NFPA LLC, producers of NFPA Mexico Fire Expo have formed an agreement with Giprex Mexico, producers of Expo Seguridad Mexico, to collocate these two important events in 2010 and beyond.

Additionally, Expo Safety Mexico, a Giprex event, and Facilities Mexico, a new show produced by ROC Exhibitions and Trade Press Media Group, will take place during the same three days, April 20-22, at Centro Banamex in Mexico City.

Combined, these four events will bring together virtually every product and service needed to design, secure, operate and manage a building or installation of any kind -- be it a Mexico City high-rise, a sprawling Guadalajara industrial plant, or an elaborate Veracruz petroleum complex.

“This is the formula for successful international trade events we see more of every year,” said Marc Rosenstock, president of ROC Exhibitions, the manager for ROC-NFPA LLC. “By bringing several like-minded, compatible groups together in the same venue it tends to increase ROI for exhibitors, who will see a broader audience of prospective buyers, while giving attendees exposure to a wide spectrum of products and technologies that can help them on the job.”

A combined audience of 15,000 is expected to participate in the conference programs and exhibitions staged at Centro Banamex over the three-day event. Security professionals, fire protection and safety experts, building owners, designers and managers will all see the latest products, services, and technologies offered by an international mix of industry suppliers.

Expo Seguridad Mexico is organized by Giprex, endorsed by ALAS (Latin American Security Association), CABA, CANASA, CSAA, Smart Card Alliance Association, SIA and several local associations. It is also sponsored by four prominent security distributors in Mexico. For more information, please go to

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