IFSEC 2016: Leading companies confirmed for new Physical Perimeter Security Zone
IFSEC International will enhance its dedicated Physical Perimeter Security Zone in 2016 with many leading suppliers within the sector already confirmed to participate.
With more than 27,000 visitors annually attending IFSEC International and in 2015 5,200 of those directly expressed an interest in physical perimeter security, for 2016 organisers have confirmed that the Physical Perimeter Security Zone will host global leaders supplying a range of products.
The UK’s premier supplier of automatic gates, parking barriers, retractable turnstiles and tubular motors, CAME UK along with sister company BPT, the UK’s number one provider of bespoke and vandal resistant audio video door entry systems, have been confirmed as a flagship exhibitor within the Physical Perimeter Security Zone.
James Bostock, Managing Director for CAME BPT UK, said: “Commitment to excellent customer relationships and dedication to product quality are the cornerstones of our success. Our participation in this year’s IFSEC International provides an ideal opportunity to demonstrate both to a wider audience. As the UK’s leading multi-discipline manufacturer in the automation and access control sector, we look forward to showcasing why our products and people continue to set the standard, and why more and more security industry professionals are choosing to work with us.”
Peter Poole, Sales Director for IFSEC International says: “We are delighted to see CAME BPT back at IFSEC International and taking a flagship position within the Physical Perimeter Security Zone. We are continually adding to this zone and plan to announce more major new additions in the coming weeks.
Having listened to feedback from the industry we wanted to ensure that our physical perimeter security offering met the needs of this vital market segment that showcases the very latest products, services and innovations.”
According to a recent study by Marketsandmarkets the perimeter security market is expected to reach 13.18Bn by 2020. The rising numbers of perimeter intrusion incidents are the underlying reason behind this solid growth, prompting organisations to shell out more to mitigate losses in the eventuality of an intrusion. Additionally, with increased security threats from terrorism the importance of protecting property and assets is paramount to all security strategies.
Another leading exhibitor to confirm their spot within the zone is Marshalls PLC, the UK’s leading hard landscaping manufacturer, specialising in intelligent street furniture. Marshalls will exhibit the latest products from its Protective Street Furniture ranges including PAS68 crash tested seating, planters, lighting along with post & rail systems.
The enhanced Physical Perimeter Security Zone at IFSEC International 2016 will occupy over 1,000 square meters of dedicated floor space. In addition, the zone will now offer much more space to specialist manufacturers to fully display and demonstrate their products. All aspects of the sector will be covered including barriers, acoustic barriers, boom barriers, height restrictors, high security street furniture, blast protection, perimeter detection, blast walls, perimeter structures, bollards, protective bunkers, fencing, roadblockers, gate automation and turnstiles.
Currently joining CAME BPT and Marshalls PLC within the zone are over 30 other companies including;
Birmingham Barbed Tape, Blok n Mesh, DEA System, Engtex, GIlgen Doors, GM Techtronics, Kijlstra Precast, LPCB, Nitesite, Robust UK, Townscape Products, to name a few.
IFSEC International will run from 21-23 June in 2016 and will once again be presented as part of UBM EMEA’s Protection & Management Series, the UK’s largest event dedicated to protecting and managing property, people and information. The series incorporates major events including IFSEC International along with FIREX International, Facilities Show, Safety & Health Expo and Service Management Expo.
by the Editorial Staff