The Safety and Security Warehouse, situated in the Bruma Boardwalk Centre, Marcia Street, Bruma, offers a new concept in security technology distribution that is causing a stir in the industry, providing as it does a long overdue and, frankly, welcome facet to product promotion.
Founded by A.J. Booysen and Malcolm Sacks, the recently opened Safety and Security Warehouse provides a ‘one-stop-shop’ offering clients from both the private and public sectors the opportunity of viewing related security orientated products.
Says Malcolm Sacks, co-founder and Managing Executive of Safety and Security Warehouse, “One of the main aims of the Safety and Security Warehouse is to offer the purchaser a choice of quality products at competitive prices, all backed and supported by manufacturers and suppliers of note.”
Besides private enterprise involvement, the Safety and Security Warehouse now also boasts the presence and support of the SAPS and Business Against Crime, both of whom have taken up exhibition space at the centre.
Adds Sacks, “This unique business occupying in excess of 200 m2 of covered space, offers over 100 different manufacturers’ products displayed and marketed from the premises. It is a high profile, professional, up-market centre, which is open, free of charge, to all members of the public, major corporations, multinationals, overseas buyers and trade delegations, local and international government officials, police departments and in fact, everyone who requires safety, security and first-aid equipment.”
The centre is open daily, Monday to Friday from 09h00 to 16h30 and on Saturdays from 09h00 to 12h30.
For details contact Malcolm Sacks on tel: (011) 622 7321 or fax: (011) 622 4768.
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