Bosch intrusion products in Western Cape

August 2005 News

The Western Cape recently joined thousands of other provinces and regions in over 40 countries in the world in supplying Bosch security systems for a vast array of applications.

Installers of security products across the Western Cape can now offer their clients world-renowned Bosch security products ranging from closed circuit television (observation systems), including state-of-the-art public address (PA) systems to intrusion equipment with the promise to deliver within 24 hours! And thanks to whom? Sensor Security Systems, the first dealer of Bosch intrusion products in the Western Cape!

Jean Brown, Sensor Security Systems; Koen Rommel, Bosch and Aubrey King, Sensor Security Systems
Jean Brown, Sensor Security Systems; Koen Rommel, Bosch and Aubrey King, Sensor Security Systems

"We are proud of being a Bosch Certified Security Dealer," says Jean Brown, managing director of Sensor Security Systems, based in Bellville, Cape Town. "Apart from the Bosch Group's excellent reputation of quality and innovation over the past 100 years, installers of its security products can count on training and technical support from Bosch before, during and after the sale. At Sensor we believe in delivering quality service, fast."

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