Security Warehouse Limited Wins Best Security Systems Provider 2016

Security Warehouse Limited Wins Best Security Systems Provider 2016
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com
Date: 15-12-2016 Time: 04:12:57:pm

Security Warehouse Limited has been adjudged Winner for Best Security Systems Provider of the year 2016 category at the 9th Ghana Property Awards 2016.

The Ghana Property Awards is an annual awards organized by Property Express Group Ltd in collaboration with the Ministry of Housing and other stakeholders.

The awards was set up to award excellence in the real estate, property and construction sectors, it was also set up to encourage competition and competitive pricing in the industry.

The best security systems provider for the year category refers to the best commercial and residential property security firm for 2015/2016.

The firm must have through its state of the art technology, well-trained personnel and high expertise gained an excellent reputation in the sector, and must have its services engaged by more than one estate developer for 2015/2016 be it residential or otherwise.

Security Warehouse Limited

A heroic testimonial where the firm’s expertise had to be called upon (to salvage a situation) will be a plus.

Security Warehouse Limited excelled in its category, showing fantastic prowess in product innovation and creativity, its the biggest and industry leaders in security systems supply, installation and maintenance.

Security Warehouse is a global knowledge leader in security systems.

From a broad range of specialized security systems, technology solutions and consulting, we customize offerings that are suited to the individual customer’s needs, in order to deliver the most effective security solutions.

Our clients cuts across all sectors of the economy, over 255 different types of security technology, product lines and accessories are all customized to meet specific clients’ needs. 

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