The retail security landscape is changing throughout the world and Australia is no exception. The experts at the Australian Trellis Door Company have the knowledge to lead this change.
October 25th, 2018
The demand for increased expertise and safety in retail security has seen retailers across all sectors proactively investing in a range of different measures. Retailers at airports, and other public buildings, in particular have been at the front of this changing landscape.
In recent years the Australian Trellis Door Company has been installing its extensive range of retailer friendly security doors and security shutters at airports stores in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Cairns, Perth, Gold Coast, Port Hedland and Darwin. The track record speaks for itself.
Many of Australia’s leading retailers have relied on the ATDC’s expert design of security solutions – from Purely Merino, Australian Way and RM Williams, to Billabong, Quicksilver, Flight Centre and more. In the modern security landscape, you can never be too careful – and the practical yet designer friendly security doors from ATDC tick all the boxes.
When Heinemann, the global German-owned retailer, secured the duty free concession position at the Sydney International Airport, they knew to turn to ATDC. The brand’s retail security solutions led to the installation of some 600 lineal metres of portable, expandable, rollaway security barriers and doors. This is the largest single contract ever awarded in Australia to date for portable security gates.
ATDC’s security doors and security shutters are uniquely designed, able to fold back to a mere 15% of their expanded width, rendering them invisible in opening hours, yet secure when they need to be. There is no length too small or long for the gates to be manufactured, and can be designed to suit a curved shopfront.
ATDC’s range provides a cost effective and innovative designer solution to the problem of retail security. Quality management staff will design a bespoke solution to projects anywhere in the country.
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