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Bespoke Security for Bespoke Cycling

20 August 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Bespoke Cycling with its latest stores in Canary Wharf, Gresham Street near St Paul’s and Jermyn Street, London, is said to present the world’s finest cycling products and cutting edge 3D and 4D technology.

With significant investment in each of its store locations, the retailer was keen to offer the highest level of protection for the benefit of staff and visitors on site and partnered with Amthal Fire & Security, that had a survey of each site undertaken.

As well as installing latest intruder alarms, the security specialist also added smart CCTV and specialist electronic article surveillance tagging to prevent shoplifting. The installation was reportedly ‘seamless’ and worked around Bespoke Cycling’s fit-out schedule to ensure minimal disruption to each store.

Liam Lynch, Operations Manager, Bespoke Cycling said: "Amthal Fire & Security completed a full site survey at each site and then worked out a works programme for the installation process to operate within our very tight fitout schedule. The result is a seamless integration of security which is hardly noticeable and can be managed centrally to offer powerful protection.”

Picture: Amthal Fire & Security undertook surveys of each Bespoke Cycling outlets to ensure they would have security that fitted their specific needs

Article written by Mike Gannon | Published 20 August 2015

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