New Supa-Vu at Norbain

November 2008 News

Robin Albany has been appointed general manager of the Supa-Vu division at Norbain. Albany was previously managing director of Sesco Security, an importer and distributor of electronic security equipment, until the company was sold to Regal Eltro where he was appointed national sales manager.

The new Supa-Vu branch at Norbain is offering consumers a one-stop shopping experience with its premium ACTi and Samsung Electronics CCTV products in addition to Supa-Vu’s own brand of affordable solutions ranging from CCTV, electric fencing, gate motors, garage door automation, through to alarms and intercom systems.

ACTi Corporation focuses on multiple security surveillance market segments. In addition to IP surveillance hardware, such as IP cameras and video servers, all ACTi products are bundled with free management software. Samsung Electronics, the white-goods manufacturer in the Samsung stable, is a developer and manufacturer of security products for the consumer and industrial markets. Products include the Smart dome camera, the Digital Recording system, and web TX.

High-end technology products featuring advanced capabilities such as high-quality imaging devices, ultra-low illumination surveillance cameras and automated parking enforcement systems are produced by Samsung Techwin, the high-tech manufacturer in the Samsung stable, and are only available from Norbain SA.

For more information contact Michelle Korff, Marketing/HR Manager, Norbain, +27 (0)11 887 1546, www.norbain.co.za



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