Cardax enters US market

August 2002 News

Cardax International, a subsidiary of Gallagher Group in New Zealand has entered the United States market through a joint venture partnership with Security International, a new company based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

According to Cardax, gaining Security International as a partner and distributor in the United States is a huge coup for the company, because it provides Cardax with valuable feedback, allowing it to provide products and services for this market. "For Security International to have selected our product is a great reinforcement of the future potential of the CardaxFT security solution," says Simon Brown, managing director, Cardax.

Security International will develop and commercialise the CardaxFT Access Control system in the United States. CardaxFT, a Microsoft Windows 2000-based security system, has been purposely designed to work across existing networks, and thus takes advantage of current investment in infrastructure.

Cardax designs, manufactures and markets sophisticated access control systems, designed with the Information Technology environment in mind. All transactions at Security International will be Web-based, including purchasing, customer service, enquiries, troubleshooting techniques, Web-based training and support and tracking of orders.

For more information: Cardax SA, 011 467 2149,

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