Myanmar is about to be our next possible market for steel and wooden doors in the Southeast. Myanmar is a member of the ASEAN. Although the current national economy is relatively backward, it is still dominated by agriculture, but the economic development is relatively rapid.
As a country with more rainy seasons, it seems that the frequency of fires is not high. But this is not the case. First, there are still many hidden dangers caused by man-made fires. It has little to do with the climate of a country.
Second, the construction industry in Myanmar is currently developing rapidly, which requires a large number of fire doors. Since Myanmar is a country with more rainy seasons, the sale of fire doors to the country must be based on painting and not dusting.
In addition, it should be based on steel doors, rather than wooden doors, because the country's forest resources are relatively rich, especially teak production ranks first in the world. Therefore, the wood industry is more developed and does not need foreign imported wood products.
In a word, to do business, we must know ourselves and know each other.