Project Fire confirms Polish distributor agreement with Rapidrop

Press Release, 29th October 2018


Project Fire, are pleased to confirm new partnership with Rapidrop Global to bring sustainable fire protection solutions to the Polish market.


Project Fire’s products are present in several international markets, including Australia, Europe and Asia. Rapidrop, an international sprinkler supplier, has an established working relationship with Project Fire, and already acts as an international distributor for the UK manufacturer in the Middle East and South Africa. Their strong collaboration and combined expertise has helped to bring the latest in sustainable technology to the market.


After the success of their first distributor partnership in the Middle East, both organisations have now agreed to work together in Eastern Europe, namely Poland. Project Fire’s innovative fire protection technology and Rapidrop’s strong presence in the Polish market provided the ideal partnership to bring forward-thinking technology to a growing economic and cultural presence in Europe.



"We’ve been very pleased with our partnership and how strong business relationships and combined industry knowledge has brought such fruitful results. We plan to add this drive and thorough processes into Eastern Europe, initially focusing on the Polish territory."


Karina Dunicz, European Sales Manager, Rapidrop  



Poland is also a country that cares about sustainability and environmental practices, especially so in its capital, Warsaw. Project Fire believes that its water-saving and energy efficient benefits are a perfect fit in the localised market and will help consultants and architects to build and retrofit more sustainable, compliant and holistic building systems.


Once the distributor agreement was officially established, Project Fire travelled to Poland in September, where they carried out extensive, on-the-ground training for Rapidrop’s Polish team. The Project Fire team also spoke to over 50 Polish consultants, designers and end-users in Warsaw, where they focused on cost, efficiency and environmental benefits for Project Fire’s Zonecheck, Zonecheck Addressable, Bellcheck & Livetap products.



“We believe being physically present in the market so that we transfer our knowledge and gain localised experience is crucial for the start of any successful international distributor agreement. We’re very happy to be working in Poland with Rapidrop and believe that the environmental and efficiency benefits of our products are a great fit for the Polish market.”


Jake Walker, Technical Director, Project Fire



Both international organisations plan to work closely together to build a strong and lasting presence in the market to help render Polish buildings safer and more sustainable. Plans are also in motion to expand out to other Eastern European countries.


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