Newmark Security plc, global security solutions group, which is known for offering safety and security for organizations’ personnel and assets, is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Safetell Limited (“Safetell”), has now received a formal contract extension for the supply of physical security equipment and preventative maintenance to the UK branch network of a leading worldwide supplier of retail banking services. Physical Security Products The contract consists of secured orders for the supply of service and maintenance support for ‘Fast Rising Screens’ totaling £1.2 million, along with the supply of new Fast Rising Screens and auxiliary physical security products which is expected to total not less than £300,000. This contract is a one-year extension to an original contract agreed in March 2012, then amended in October 2014, and covers the period from 1 November 2017 to 31 October 2018. Safetell provides a range of bespoke physical security, counter-terror, and target hardening solutions Marie-Claire Dwek, CEO of Newmark, said: “We have supplied this customer for the last 28 years and we are delighted that the quality of our product and service offering continues to be recognized. Safetell recently expanded its product and service proposition to capitalize upon the burgeoning counter-terror market and in response to the challenging market conditions as a result of branch closures that are occurring in the banking sector, yet it is reassuring to see continuing demand for our physical security products and associated service and maintenance support from this long-term customer.” Counter Terror Solutions Safetell designs, manufactures, installs and provides maintenance for a range of bespoke physical security, counter-terror, and target hardening solutions. Products include security screens, doors and glazing, plus counterwork. Safetell also provides a range of time delayed cash recycling safes for the banking sector and other cash-in cash-out operations. The service division of Safetell provides repair and maintenance support for the branch networks of high street banks and the retail sector, including lock repairs, CCTV services, access control support and repair of physical security equipment.
The new office will give Grosvenor a hub from which to access the lucrative and growing Asian market Leading security solutions group Newmark Security plc has announced its entry into Asia with the opening of Grosvenor Technology Hong Kong. Grosvenor Technology is Newmark’s wholly owned electronic security subsidiary. Company To Serve Clients Throughout Asia The new Hong Kong office will give Grosvenor Technology a hub from which to access the lucrative and growing Asian market – and allow the company to provide clients throughout Asia with access control and time and attendance solutions. Three key personnel have been recruited to spearhead the new territory. James Chan joins Grosvenor Technology Hong Kong as Business Development Director. He has 20 years experience in access control and electronic security, and previously worked at Schneider Electric. Nero Ng has been announced as Vice President of Sales; he has over a decade’s experience in sales and technical management in Asia working with Rosslare and Tyco. Finally, Kenneth Yau joins as a Technical Services Engineer and brings extensive experience of implementing SQL in Hong Kong and throughout APAC. Underpinning StrategicMove Into Growing Markets Marie-Claire Dwek, CEO of Newmark commented: “This is an exciting development for both Grosvenor Technology and the Newmark group. The formation of Grosvenor Technology HK is an important milestone – underpinning our strategic move into growing markets. We are looking forward to working with the new team and to providing electronic security solutions for the APAC region.”
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