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The electronic security installer, Advanced Security Alarm Protection (ASAP), has been awarded ‘key partner’ status with Dahua Technology. Exeter-based ASAP will be able to offer Dahua’s network video recorders and high definition cameras.
ASAP have been providing security solutions to businesses across the south west of England since 1979 and offer a full design, installation and maintenance service to include intruder alarms, CCTV, access control, fire alarms and fire extinguishers. In 2018, a CCTV control room, demonstration suite and training centre was built at ASAP’s head offices, for technologies to be demonstrated to clients.
Managing Director of ASAP, Andy Fairbanks, said: “We are continually looking to provide clients with the best possible security solutions and our partnership with Dahua emphasises that commitment. Dahua is one of the leading providers of video surveillance equipment in the world and we’re delighted to be offering our customers the chance to experience their range of cutting-edge security technology.”
Employing over 16,000 employees, Dahua since 2014 has ranked second in the global video surveillance equipment market. As key partners, ASAP will continue to offer full design, installation and maintenance services for electronic security systems.
Dahua’s Sales Director, Steve Norman, added: “I have been impressed with ASAP’s commitment to providing the best possible electronic security solution to end users and look forward to supporting their ambitious growth plans across the South West and further afield.”
Visit www.asaprotection.co.uk. Pictured are Steve Banfield, Operations Director for ASAP (left) and Sam Griffiths, Business Development Manager for the South West and Wales for Dahua (right).