Elvey International and DSC Security sign five-year agreement

December 2001 News & Events

DSC Security Products has announced that Elvey International will represent them in sub-Saharan Africa for the foreseeable future.

DSC Security Products and Elvey International have signed an exclusive distribution agreement for the next five years. What does this mean? It means that there will be no change and will be business as usual for both Elvey International and its DSC customers.

"With Elvey's unique, high standards of supply, service and support, users of DSC products can rest assured that the excellent committed relationship between DSC and Elvey can only enhance the reliability and capability of their DSC security systems. It comes as no surprise that DSC would once again entrust their extensive product line in Elvey International," says Elvey's Paul Wainstein. "Elvey International have been representing DSC in Africa for over 11 years, taking a relative unknown brand and establishing DSC as the leading brand of quality intrusion detection and security control products in the territory."

Andrew Stead, Elvey International's newly appointed Managing Director says, "We will continue to provide our customers with the best product, and the best service at a reasonable price. DSC has demonstrated their commitment to Elvey and our customers by signing this long-term agreement. Together, we can only continue to improve."

London, UK – Bob Madden, President of DSC International and Paul Wainstein, Chairman of Elvey International, sign the five-year agreement for the distribution of DSC’s extensive range of state-of-the-art electronic security products in sub-Saharan Africa
London, UK – Bob Madden, President of DSC International and Paul Wainstein, Chairman of Elvey International, sign the five-year agreement for the distribution of DSC’s extensive range of state-of-the-art electronic security products in sub-Saharan Africa

Representatives from Elvey Security Technologies, the holding group of Elvey International, met with TEPG, the electronics manufacturer of security products within the huge Tyco group, to establish a solid working relationship.

Paul Wainstein says that the meeting was most constructive and valuable. TEPG fully understands that DSC needs to remain as an independent manufacturer with independent distribution, in order to keep their loyal customers satisfied. It is anticipated that DSC will grow and prosper within TEPG and that the installers of DSC products will soon see the benefits of the TEPG/DSC takeover.





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