Frank Street on the move

February 2005 News

Frank Street will be relocating to its new spacious head office soon. The new head office will include a new training centre, customer service centre and larger demo room and sales counter. With the relocation comes a restructured and new look Frank Street that will offer excellent world-class service with renewed focus on its customer needs.

The digital video recorder (DVR) assembly area will be high tech and will incorporate enhanced DVR testing facilities. Frank Street will continue to provide the best technical support and after-sales as in the past. New lines to be introduced into the product range will include access control equipment, outdoor active beams, twisted pair cabling management, fibre-optics, intercom systems: both video and audio, integrated alarm systems, public address systems and electric fencing equipment.

Safe parking will be provided for customers in the basement parking area. The new home for Frank Street is approximately 3000 m2 in area and will be located at Crownwood Corner, corner Crownwood and Amethyst Streets, Ormonde.

For more information contact Frank Street, 011 496 2300.





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