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Connect with North Africa's fire safety stakeholders

FIREX Egypt, the region’s only fire safety exhibition and conference is back to business in its 2nd edition in Cairo on 29 - 31 October 2023.

Connecting the industry leaders in Egypt’s fire safety industry, the event explores cutting-edge products and solutions across passive fire protection, fire prevention, and detection, sprinkler and suppression systems, emergency lighting, and much more.

Network with the fire safety buying chain, from manufacturers, distributors, installers, integrators, project managers, consultants to end-users.


Stay up-to-date with one of the strongest conferences in the fire safety industry supported by the EFPA hosting leading speakers and multiple specialized topics around global developments in the fire fighting field, coordinating life safety measures, fire protection systems, latest researches, and more.


Get the highest return on investment. FIREX Egypt is where business leaders, suppliers, and manufacturers grow their professional network and showcase their latest products, technologies, and solutions and provide the essential knowledge around them to top buyers and visitors within a 3 days exhibition.

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