Asia’s Only Focused Event for Passive Fire Protection
The premiere edition of Fire Safe Build India (FSBI) 2023 featured a wide range of products, services, and technologies including fire-resistant coatings, fire-safety glass, testing services, fire barriers, fire doors, fire dampers, and other components.
FSBI provided an opportunity for attendees to learn about key topics including Regulatory Frameworks, Implementation Challenges, Optimization of Products & Solutions, Traceability, Role of Digital Technology, Fire Safety Solutions and a host of other relevant, focused and crucial topics at the high-level conference program.
The conference at Fire Safe Build India (FSBI) 2024 will present a unique opportunity for thought leaders from the passive fire industry to share their expertise by being part of panel discussions, presentations and workshops. The forum will offer insights into current market scenarios, emerging trends, solutions, technologies and address challenges as well as opportunities in this sector.
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