Come November, Business France will once again be running three French pavilions at The Big 5 Dubai, 2017.
The national agency will bring 26 companies from the industry's various sectors who will present their products, services and expertise to local businesses.
Supporting the international development of their country’s economy, the agency aims to enable French companies to seize new opportunities and reinforce their existing presence at this year’s show.
With its highly-fragmented business ecosystem of 409,500 companies, generating total turnover of EUR 126bn, France has the capacity to play an important role in the global construction industry.
The country’s diverse offering in building trade range from structural engineering and finishing works to interior fittings.
According to the French Construction Federation, these firms make EUR 8.6bn in foreign markets (EUR 5.9bn from structural construction and EUR 2.7bn from finishing works).
Brands that will be on display at STAND NO. 3 E141 in Hall 3 at The Big 5 2017, are:
Experts in manufacturing and marketing spray systems, Projiso offers a range of products with multiple high-performances properties like thermal, fireproofing and acoustic. On display
- Fibrexpan fire resistance, thermal insulation, acoustic correction and reduction.
- Fibrofeu fire resistance, acoustic correction.
- Fibrogaine fire resistance.
- Firespray fire resistance.
All of these applications are covered by EU regulations. Their products carry the CE marking, the thermal lambda is justified by an Acermi with a technical agreement.
GV2 - VEDA France
VEDA France design, manufacture and sell a comprehensive range of firestop systems and joints for the construction industry including expansion joints, control joints, joint covers, firestop systems, and stair nosings.
The company’s presence in the Middle East has grown, mainly thanks to the certification of their products and systems by the local authorities including UAE Civil Defense and Kuwait Fire Department.
Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in the country.