The Emergency Services Show relocates to the NEC Birmingham, UK

Published:  12 March, 2013

The organisers of The Emergency Services Show are pleased to announce that the event will be moving to The NEC, Birmingham. In addition, the show is moving from its traditional November dates and will be held this year from 25-26 September to take advantage of longer daylight hours for outdoor exhibitors.

Shortlisted for Best Trade Show at this year’s Exhibition News Awards, the event is growing year-on-year. It is this success that has proved to be the catalyst for the organiser, Broden Media, to seek a venue that can cater for its need for greater space, with increased capacity, but also an overall focus on an improved show experience for visitors and exhibitors alike.

David Brown, Joint Managing Director, Broden Media, said: ‘We are excited to be bringing the country’s foremost emergency services event to such a fantastic and iconic venue. The NEC has a great location that really adds value for our exhibitors and visitors, with superb transport links and facilities. I’m confident that visitors to this year’s show will see the positive difference in our new home, and will continue to be delighted with the content and the calibre of our exhibitors, demonstrations and additional show features.’

David Gallagher from the NEC said: ‘The Emergency Services Show needed a flexible venue with excellent demonstration space which would give their exhibitors and visitors their best experience yet. They also needed a venue that would be easy to get to for visitors from the UK and further afield.’

The annual Emergency Services Show is aimed at anybody involved in emergency response and recovery, including all blue light services, voluntary workers and service providers. Now in its eighth year, this annual event attracts buyers and specifiers of relevant emergency kit and solutions. It is acutely aware of promoting multi-agency working between the key emergency responders and their partner agencies.

The Hemmingfire portfolio, Fire and Rescue, Industrial Fire Journal, Fire Trade Europe and Fire Trade Asia will be exhibiting at the show from stand A 42.

  • Operation Florian

Sign up: eMagazine & eNewsletter

The latest issues in your inbox.

Company Profiles

HazSim - Bringing situational HazMat training to life

HazSim, LLC provides innovative simulation training to ensure your team works safely and effectively. HazSim Pro simulation equipment is in use by hundreds of fire departments, training schools, industrial fire teams, and private trainers across the US, Canada and further afield as well as the US Army.

Revolutionizing fire fighting foam technology

The one-stop resource for fire fighting foam concentrates and custom-designed foam suppression systems hardware.

Advancing rescue technology

The specialist supplier of quality PPE and Rescue Equipment to Emergency Services.

The ultimate in innovation, quality and service

For 60 years Lehavot has been delivering the world’s most advanced fire detection and suppression automatic systems

Trust the best, let us be your foam solution

AUXQUIMIA is a Spanish company whose main activity is the design, manufacture and commercialization of firefighting foam concentrates.

Williams Fire & Hazard Control offers a full line of specialized fire response equipment for oil and gas platforms

From storage tanks and pipeline emergencies to offshore platforms and vessels at sea, Williams' response personnel and specialized equipment quickly address adverse fire emergencies.

Foam fights fire

Europe’s foremost fire fighting foam manufacturer has been developing and producing foams since the 1920s.

The leader in truck-mounted hydraulic platforms

Our mission is to provide the best and the safest solution to professionals that work at height.

The independent alternative

Dafo Fomtec AB is a privately owned company with head office in Stockholm Sweden and manufacturing in Helsingborg in the south of Sweden.

If you want quality, you want Zico

Since its inception Ziamatic Corp has provided the men and women of the fire service with products designed to make their jobs safer and easier.

Calendar