Checkpoint - making its mark on security

August 2002 Asset Management, EAS, RFID

Checkpoint Electronic Systems provides a range of hi-tech security solutions for retail, pharmaceutical, warehousing and corporate applications that are aimed at decreasing shrinkage costs and improve management and productivity.

"We pride ourselves on offering solutions to shrinkage related management problems," says managing director Neil O'Reilly. "In most instances we have installed one or a range of our security solutions in businesses and have reduced shrinkage and theft by between 50% and 80%. These statistics as well as the positive feedback of 650 000 customers worldwide proves that Checkpoint Electronic Systems are some of the most effective on the market."

Checkpoint Electronic Systems, the African representative of US-based Checkpoint Systems, is a specialist in radio frequency (RF) antennae and tags and through its joint venture with electronics giant Mitsubishi Materials Corporation under the Diamond Checkpoint Development Group banner, the company has further leveraged its strengths in RF technology and integrated circuitry. The company has access to international technological support, service and information, while remaining a completely South African company in touch with South African security needs.

The company has its head office in Johannesburg with branches and representatives in Durban, Cape Town, PE, East London, Pretoria and Vereeniging. Checkpoint Electronic Systems is also active in Africa with business partners in Botswana, Swaziland, Namibia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Mauritius and Kenya. The company's range of solutions includes electronic article surveillance (EAS), CCTV and radio frequency identification (RFID).

For further details contact Catharina Classen on 011 450 2851.

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