Gray Security Services (North) secures CSIR contract

May 2000 Security Services & Risk Management

Gray Security Services (North) has secured the CSIR contract for the second time. Gray is enthusiastic to return to CSIR and provide effective and efficient integrated security systems. The two organisations share a mutual spirit of professionalism and integrity.

Gray's mission is to provide the best, most professionally managed security and loss control service to clients who are serious about their long-term risk management.

The CSIR focuses on providing technology solutions and information to support sustainable development and economic growth in the context of national priorities. The magnitude of the CSIR grounds allows Gray to use the best combination of trained personnel supported by appropriate technology.

The contract provides employment for 40 security personnel in the various areas of the CSIR grounds and commenced on 1 April 2000.

For details contact Louis Changuion, National Marketing Manager of Gray Security Services on tel: (011) 616 1218.




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