SCW opens new branch in Linbro Business Park

July 2014 News

Security & Communication Warehouse has announced the opening of a new branch. After months of research, planning and physical labour, the new branch in Linbro Business Park, Johannesburg, is finally ready to open its doors for business.

“By opening the new branch, we symbolise the actual growth of SCW and improved footprint by penetrating the Johannesburg market,” says Stuart Hyslop, the newly appointed branch manager. “Not only are we offering Johannesburg and the surrounding areas a market supplier right on their doorstep, but we are also offering additional and local employment which is crucial in today’s economy.”

SCW’s head office is based in Centurion and has been successfully providing the security industry with security solutions for over 17 years. The company distributes a comprehensive range of security products, including CCTV, access control and accessories from leading brands such as Canon, Mirasys, Digi-IT, Dynacolor, Controlsoft and FingerTec. SCW offers a strong technical support backbone including training and repairs. SCW has a modern onsite workshop and laboratory testing facility, both managed by qualified staff. And for the client’s convenience, SCW has set up a state of the art display room with the latest equipment offering live demonstrations and POCs.

SCW Services is a subsidiary company that specialises in three main areas, training, projects and finance. The team can assist the security industry on every level by providing training at the SASSETA accredited Training Academy. This facility has been purposely set-up to equip candidates with theoretical and practical skills, to sell and maintain products across the spectrum.

It is Security & Communication Warehouse’s mission to become the first choice in the CCTV and access control market by providing first class products and excellent customer service. Opening the new Linbro Business Park branch will bring SCW a step closer.


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