2018 Floor Plan

Exhibitor Space Contract

Why Exhibit at NFPA MFE?

NFPA’s Mexico Fire Expo, co-locating with Expo Seguridad Mexico and Expo Seguridad Industrial, create a single, all encompassing event for building owners, managers, designers and engineering & operations executives.

In all, over 400 suppliers will be demonstrating products, services and technologies for protecting property and managing a safe, successful and trouble-free building, plant, campus or complex. Experience the synergy created by combining the leading events  from these three complementary, interrelated industry sectors.

Read about NFPA’s efforts for global awareness.

Centro Citibanamex, Sala D
Av. Conscripto 311
Col. Lomas de Sotelo
Mexico D.F.

Back and lateral walls (except booths located on corner), surface is white formica finish, booth ID sign (company name and booth number), carpet, 1-double polarized electrical outlet (110 volts) per booth up to 2, 1-flourescent lamp 2×39 watts (must have a canopy to install).

Reserve your exhibit space today. The 2018 Preferred rate of $345 per square meter expires on November 1st. Increases to the Regular rate of $378 per square meter after November 1st.

Preferred Rates (before November 1st)

3 x 3 sq. mt. – $3,105 USD
3 x 6 sq. mt. – $6,210 USD
6 x 6 sq. mt. – $12,420 USD

Regular Rates (after November 1st)

3 x 3 sq. mt. – $3,402 USD
3 x 6 sq. mt. – $6,804 USD
6 x 6 sq. mt. – $13,608 USD

Additional furnishing packages and utilities will be available through your exhibitor service manual.

Why Mexico?

  • Make new local contacts
  • Identify Distributor and Integrator Agency prospects
  • Create sales leads
  • Launch new products
  • Create more brand awareness
  • Network with key local industry contacts
  • Position company to launch into Central America and Caribbean markets
  • Participate to help educate and develop the local industry
  • Mexico is the world’s thirteenth largest economy, with a population of 110 million.

Total investment in Mexico’s construction sector reached MXN2.2 trillion (US$148.1Billion) in 2014, according to the CMIC (Mexico’s Construction Industry Chamber), of which 75% was accounted for by private investment.

As fire protection and life safety standards and practices advance in Mexico, opportunities for fire and safety suppliers will keep pace.

Exhibitor Customer Service / Space Reservations:


Blanca Alcantar (Spanish Speaking)


In the USA

Mark Sorensen

Companies A – L plus numeric


Mike Lisberg

Companies M – Z