It seems hard to believe that a year has passed since we adopted our fabulous new logo. The readership of International Fire Protection continues to grow issue on issue and the feedback we receive from both our readership and advertisers is amazing. Thank you all for your continued support!
This latest issue boasts educational and informative articles from the industry’s best and most renowned authors.
The IFP Comment is written by Peter Stephenson and looks at how ‘Innovation holds the key to the future’ and leads the way for a further sixteen articles, company and product profiles and news from across the globe.
Check out Christopher J. Wieczorek’s article titled ‘Grenfell: the perfect formula for tragedy’’ which addresses whether the losses were preventable, Rob Harris asks the question ‘Is the fire protection Industry coming of age?’ and Rob Neale presents, ‘The influence of plastics’, part 3 of the series which looks at issues associated with high piled storage.
Finally, if you are attending Intersec in Dubai in January please pop by the Gulf Fire booth (6-A09) and say hello to the team.
Happy reading and thanks for your continued support.
Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season from the whole of the team here at MDM Publishing.
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Ross Barritt-Mehta, Paul Berry, Donald P. Bliss, Aston Bowles, Nick Goddard, Rob Harris, Jen Hoyt, Jason Jones, Peter Lackey, Rob Neale, Remo Notter, Chris Slattery, Albert Van der Hout, Andy Walsh, Christopher J. Wieczorek.