Impro climbs to new heights

February 2004 News

Recently, Impro Technologies featured high on the top of Mount Kilimanjaro during a six day climbing expedition organised by its Romanian distributor, Romsa Security Systems. After a night of steep climbing in temperatures dropping to -15°C and in the oxygen-thin air, an exhausted but relieved Sorin Dimitriu, Romsa director, proudly displays the banner featuring the logos of the two companies and the flags of the two countries.

"Climbing Kilimanjaro was a fantastic experience, very challenging for body and mind but equally rewarding," says Dimitriu.

Romsa has distributed Impro products in Romania since 1997 with hundreds of Impro access control systems being supplied since then. Many reputed local and international companies and landmark buildings in the capital Bucharest, have opted for an Impro access control system. ImproX and Impronet are well known brands, renowned for their features and quality. The volume of exports to Romania has steadily grown, this trend is currently experiencing a spectacular pace.

For more information contact Barry East, Impro Technologies, barrye@impro.net or Sorin Dimitriu, Romsa Security Systems, 031 303 6255, romsa@iafrica.com



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