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Just Pearly! Gates Deal is Heaven Made

02 September 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970

Trios Security - a division of national property services and facilities management provider Trios Group - has teamed up with Bavak PAS Limited - part of the Netherlands-based Bavak Security Group.

This association will see Trios offer a UK wide sales, installation, repair and maintenance service across the range of Bavak automated speed gate products.

Bavak Security Group is a major manufacturer, supplier and installer of perimeter security equipment and integrated security management systems. The company often maintains its products as well.

Trios Secure will use its network of mobile engineers and surveyors to offer installation, maintenance and repair for the Bavak Speed Gate range. Trios will also recommend, where appropriate, the use of the gates at a number of its current customer sites.

Trios Secur MD, Mike Delaney, said: “We had been researching the market for a range of high specification perimeter security systems. We are now able to provide our customers with a great product together with a full support service.”

Jan Moberg, MD of Bavak Security Group, said: “We were looking for a UK partner that could promote and support the technical aspects of our products that are designed for secure and sensitive locations. We have to ensure that our customers have confidence, not only in our products but also in the team that is responsible for looking after them. Trios now offers a complete technical support, consultancy and installation service across the current Bavak product range and when special circumstances dictate, can also offer its customers a bespoke, specially designed system."

Picture: No barriers - Bavak and Trios Secure now have a partnership

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 02 September 2016


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