G2 Security expands into new premises

April 2014 News

G2 Security has announced that due to continued growth, it is moving to bigger premises in Kya Sands. Already established as a distributor for leading brands Ziton and Aritech, G2 Security has expanded its reach into fire detection with the new range of wireless fire systems from EMS.

Expanding the range of certified fire products has put a demand on storage space. The new office and warehouse offer bigger storage facilities, which according to director Nichola Allan is an important asset for G2, “Having available stock is a key service issue for installers,” she says. “We have worked on a new layout for our trade counter to make collecting orders as easy and efficient as possible. We have also added a separate technical counter in reception which will facilitate returns or service issues.”

Training is a key part of G2 Security’s support offering. Allan explains, “Training of technicians is integral to getting the most out of products and systems. We run regular product-specific training to ensure equipment is installed, maintained and used correctly. Our continued efforts to uplift the skill sets, especially in fire detection, means we will be expanding our range of courses. We have used the move as an opportunity to expand our training facilities. Details of the new courses and training dates are regularly updated on the website.

For more information contact G2 Security, +27 (0)87 940 9322, ht@g2security.co.za, www.g2security.co.za



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