SecurityWorldHotel

14/02/2017

ICT appoints HESA as distributor for Italy

Amersham, Buckinghamshire (UK)

With a continued focus on providing clients with superior security integration, Integrated Control Technology (Europe) Ltd have confirmed an exclusive distribution agreement with HESA SpA in Italy.

This partnership, according to ICT, is one more step of a strategic plan aimed at developing ICT into a premier global supplier of access control solutions, and to meet increased demand for the industry leading Protege GX and WX platforms across Europe.

The agreement will enable both companies to cater to the growing demand for truly integrated security systems incorporating access control, intrusion detection, CCTV, biometrics, perimeter detection, elevator control, offsite monitoring, and building automation, all from one easy to use scalable and modular solution.

HESA has an acclaimed track record with over 40 years in the industry, a nationwide network of authorised dealers and installers, and has long-standing partnerships with the principal makers of security systems. Such features help to make HESA one of the top-ranking companies in the market.

“We are very happy to be working with a company of HESA’s reputation, and this partnership will help meet increased local demand for the industry leading Protege GX and WX platforms,” stated Ian Henderson, Non Executive Director at ICT Europe. “We believe that HESA are uniquely positioned to further develop our Italian customer base, and that with their market presence and sales and support network, together we can make a real impact.”

“In an industry with such dynamic needs, it is vital that security professionals have the most innovative and advanced product solutions available on the market” added Andrea Hruby, Managing Director at HESA SpA. “We see the ICT product range as an ideal addition to our portfolio, and are looking forward to being able to promote, market, and sell it to our customers.”


Tags

Business News

San Ysidro checkpoint, between San Diego and Tijuana, is the busiest land port in the world.

US gears up for increased vehicle border control under Trump

Delta Scientific is developing new products to take on the increased protection of vehicle checkpoints between the United States and Mexico as part of the Trump Administration's plan to better secure the border and is also designing new manufacturing flexibilities into its planning cycles. The projects will require growing numbers of hydraulic barricades, bollards, traffic control barriers, portable barricades, beam barriers, sliding gates and guard booths.
Product Suppliers
Back to top