3 August 2022


by: robertoreasonline


Tags: antincendio, antincendio boschivo


Categories: 2022, News

REAS 2022 towards sold-out: the fire-fighting sector is growing

The fire-fighting sector is of fundamental importance in emergency management. This is an area that has always had ample space at REAS, the leading trade fair in Italy for the sector, completed by the macro-sectors dedicated to civil protection and first aid. In the 2022 edition, scheduled from 7 to 9 October at Centro Fiera Montichiari, the exhibition spaces dedicated to fire prevention have increased significantly, confirming how specialized companies in the sector are experiencing a phase of investment and product innovation.

“The number of companies in the fire-fighting sector that will exhibit at REAS is growing rapidly”, explains Ezio Zorzi, director of the Centro Fiera Montichiari. “We will have the presence and return to the fair of national and international production companies that choose REAS to better control the Italian market, one of the most complete and diversified in Europe. During our presence at the INTERSCHUTZ edition last June in Hanover, we collected important confirmations and a considerable interest in REAS. The conditions are in place for a 2022 edition among the best ever. “.

In addition to the growth on the exhibition front, the fire prevention sector will be at the center of REAS’s conference proposal. In particular, the theme of forest fires will be the subject of the AIB Round Table entitled “The summer twinning of the AIB 2022 Campaign” scheduled for Friday 7 October, starting at 2.30 pm. The appointment, coordinated by Franco Pasargiklian, director of the Italian Civil Protection magazine, will compare the main players in the national AIB system: Department of Civil Protection, National Fire Brigade Command, Regions, AIB Volunteer. The summer of 2022, in fact, sees the persistence of drought and lack of rainfall which can only aggravate an already critical situation. The Round Table will be an opportunity to draw up an initial assessment of the “AIB summer twinning”, decided by the Department of Civil Protection and the Regions to intensify operational collaboration in the management of forest fires.