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Electro Security Ltd
Thursday, March 08, 2018

ELECTRO Security Ltd (ESL), a local electronic security integrator operating since 1999 in Fiji and the Pacific recently got accredited by Australian monthly publication 'Security Electronics Network' interviewed by editor John Adams and Monique Keating from Sydney giving exposure to Electro Security Ltd Australia-wide and Asia Pacific.

Managing director, Ran Vijay Singh was overwhelmed to be included in the publication and added it was a huge achievement after being in security business for the past 20 years.

"ESL is an affiliate member of Australia's peak industrial body for private security sector, Australian Security Industry Association Ltd (ASIAL)," said Mr Singh.

"Membership of association and trade association professional affiliations by our team is an added advantage that promotes code of ethics and code of professional conduct for managed projects. We are also licensed under local government general security licensing requirements."

The company is headed by Mr Singh who has a wealth of knowledge and experience in Loss Prevention and Electronic Security Systems. He mentioned being an established security integrator, the company supports diverse group of manufactures and suppliers on national basis and the Pacific with their in-house technical support team based in Suva and network of experienced technical agents in western, northern division in Fiji and Port Moresby in PNG.

He adds these agents are controlled from a single point of contact in Suva which, experience shows, provides technical support and backup service with many other benefits to their clients and customers.

"Our team of professionals provide clientele with the best advice available and select only the most appropriate equipment client security application," he said.

"Ensuring that the electronic security system operates to provide peace of mind for your business is foremost in our approach to your security requirements. Therefore our team will design a system that provides you and your business with the benefits you need while protecting you against loss and potential loss.

"We will consult you on your objectives for the system and provide professional advice accordingly," said Mr Singh.

"Our selected team has appropriate qualifications and certifications, experience and proven ability to deliver the goods. The company is differentiated in the marketplace because we focus on the creation of value for our customers. We believe value is created by providing readily customised solutions through our vast experience in security industry."

Mr Singh said they believed in comprehensive after sales service required for any low voltage equipment installation for periodic maintenance and service schedule especially CCTV for picture clarity and peak performance.

"For security integration businesses, proper assessment, correct proposal and tender evaluation, code of ethics and practice, licensing and certification, specialist skills and workmanship, are some of the key factors installation companies must possess to grow in this industry," said Mr Singh.

He adds for end users, it's important to find integrators who conform to objective standards and strive to meet a code of professional conduct preferably a certified integrator or licensed holder would guarantee professional approach to corporate, commercial and industrial security application platform.

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