In underscoring the importance of security in the country, the Neal and Massy Guyana Group on Wednesday, last, launched the first Electronic Security and Safety Expo at its business headquarters, at Ruimveldt, Georgetown.
The Expo is set to conclude today. At the event there are security devices such as intercom systems, detectors, electronic access control, CCTV cameras, safety equipment, fire detectors and controls, amongst other items.
Chief Executive Officer Mr. Deo Persaud says the aim is to sensitise Guyanese to its safety and security offerings and while the expo will showcase all aspects of security, the focus is mainly on Electronic Security Systems and Safety Products.
“We want to demonstrate that we are capable of and have the capacity to utilize available technology for affordable safety and security solutions. It is now possible to achieve higher levels of protection in a cost effective way.”
The Group has been providing Security Solutions for almost two decades now, initially through Securicor Guyana, and more recently, through NM Security Solutions, and over the past five years it has added Electronic Security and Safety Products through CCS Guyana and AINLIM respectively.
These companies have been working together to provide integrated solutions to meet customers’ needs and they feel that the time is right to put all the security and safety products and services in one location for viewing by interested persons.
“We want everyone to know that we are here and we have all the products and services to help them with their security solutions and safety needs,” Persaud said.
According to the CEO, “The demand for Electronic Security products worldwide is growing at a very fast pace and with technological advancement the Group has kept pace with the technical requirements through ongoing training and support from its reputable suppliers. We are therefore able to offer warranty and provide a high level of after-sales service.”
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