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The IFSEC Exhibition – one of the largest international events in the field of security, was held 17-19 of June. This year, after 20-year break, IFSEC returned from Birmingham to London. As our company is taking part in this event 7 time in a row, comparing the results of previous exhibitions, we can positively evaluate organizer’s decision about changing the location of the exhibition.
Following the tradition, we showcased the results of the continuous improvement of our products. Our existing customers very positively appreciated the steps that we did to meet their wishes. In addition, we met with a large number of security experts, who have shown great interest in our products.
Our company stand out with developments in the field and blocking anti ram devices among all the booths in the exhibition. For the first time at our booth was presented hydraulic blocking system «Tire-killer». Thanks to the hydraulic actuator, there is a possibility of arranging the free passage in both, but not in only one, direction. Also, this feature is important where there is a chance of passage not only of large vehicles with high ground clearance, but of passenger car which could not overcome the blocker made using springs.
Traditionally stand visitors were impressed with blocking devices with small installation depth, or even with installation on the roadbed! These devices combine high security of area with small cost of their installation and maintenance.
Also we should mention, that separate attention was given at our stand to our homeland – Ukraine. Many visitors has come to our stand, after they saw Ukrainian flags. The fact, that our company participated in IFSEC, and will take part in Security Essen and Security China shows convincingly, that we are still reliable partner, despite difficult internal situation in Ukraine.
More detailed photos from the exhibition can be seen here.
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