Safety & Security Indonesia 2010 heralds the flag of success at Jakarta Expo
Published on 6 January 2011
Dynamic showcase of state-of-the-art security technological products and fire engines demonstration at the designated display area made the exhibition quite engaging.
The inaugural Safety & Security Indonesia (SSI) 2010 was successfully staged at Jakarta International Expo, Indonesia on 8 -10 December 2010. Showcasing the latest safety & security technology and equipment, SSI 2010 created business opportunities for international industry players to tap into the booming Indonesia market.
Organized concurrently with International Fire Rescue & Emergency Expo (iFREE) and the 17th Asian Professional Security Association (APSA) International Conference, the three-day event altogether attracted over 100 exhibitors across the globe and 1636 professional trade visitors as well as seven country pavilions namely China, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.
With the dynamic showcase of state-of-the-art security technological products and fire engines demonstration at the designated display area, the exhibition proved to be engaging. Aside of the main exhibition, several renowned speakers were invited to present their papers at the Global Technology Seminar 2010, 17th Asian Professional Security Association (APSA) International Conference, Indonesia Fire Protection Association (IFPA) Conference as well as Chief of Fire Forum.
The event also highlighted the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Singapore Security Alliance (SSA) and Indonesia Security Alliance (ISA), which are comprised of 5 and 7 associations relatively. This marked a significant move towards good working relationship for the development and improvement of the security industry between Singapore and Indonesia, thus elevating the safety and security level in the region.
SSI 2010 turned out to be a fruitful exhibition experience and it denotes a crucial big step into Indonesia market. Participation in SSI 2010 was imperative to ensure industry professionals of obtaining updated product and market information and exposing themselves to endless possibilities.
"Believing that there is a great growth potential in the relatively new Indonesia market, we are keen to look for distributors and representatives here. We are pleased to participate in the first Safety & Security Indonesia (SSI) edition, which proved to be a quality exhibition. We are highly satisfied with what SSI had offered to BSIA member companies who exhibited their latest security technology and equipment. We do not need all the crowds in the world but quality buyers who eventually make business deals with us, which happened," said Peter Nicholls, Overseas Exhibition Co-ordinator, BSIA.
"For SSI 2010, I greatly appreciate the assistance rendered for the administration, organization and services provided throughout from the beginning to end. It was a pleasure to be a part of SSI 2010, and I look forward to participate in future events organized by CEMS," said Ringo Wong, Operations Manager, B-Secure Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
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