CLD Systems, the UK’s largest manufacturer and supplier of rigid mesh fencing and security gates, will be showcasing its range of physical security systems at the Perimeter Protection Exhibition 2023 in Nuremburg, the biannual European event for fencing installers, security experts and security officers.
Amongst its extensive offer, the company has a suite of physical security systems which have been independently third party tested the Loss Prevention Certification Board, (LPCB), offering the ultimate in protection against attack.
CLD’s team of security experts will be on hand in Hall 1, on Stand 538 to discuss and advise on individual projects, and the company’s wide range of time proven and trusted products.
Russell Wells, Sales Director of CLD Systems, said: “Many of our clients operate across Europe and are looking for a gold standard, consistent specification which covers the security performance and aesthetics of their entire estate. They also need the reassurance of working with a business that has the scope and scale to meet their requirements.
“We understand that modern security personnel operate in a complex, rapidly changing environment, which can present a variety of challenges to the protection of personnel and facilities.
“Around the world, we consistently deliver physical security systems which are widely regarded in the security community as the ‘best in class’ within environments including data centres, schools, transport, manufacturing, high security, sports grounds, protected open spaces and Critical National Infrastructure (CNI).
“Our expert team offers insight and guidance to the best possible security fencing and gate systems, bringing international experience, backed up by local level intelligence and service delivery on the ground that is second to none.
“Clients value our discreet, confidential and considered advice. As trusted advisors, they know we recognise a project has to be right first time and that our business has the scope and scale to meet their requirements.
“The end result is that specifiers can be certain that their projects are in safe hands.”