Posts Tagged ‘ATG Access’

ATG Access records a record year for profit and revenue


ATG Access has reported a record-breaking year for turnover and profitability. In the last financial year (2017/18), turnover has increased by 12%, taking it from £15.6 million to £17.5 million. Profit before tax (EBITDA) has nearly doubled, increasing from £805,000 in 16/17 to £1.546 million in 17/18, due to the company’s continued expansion both in the UK…

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Brits welcome more armed police at public events

More armed police welcome at public events

Over a third of the British public want to see more armed police at public events to make them feel safer in light of recent terror events, according to new research.  36% of Brits are calling for more armed officers to patrol public events, such as music concerts, and 57% would like to see more…

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Nice attack, the continuation of a tragedy

Nice attack, the continuation of a tragedy – by Philip Ingram “Smash his head with a rock, or slaughter him with a knife, or run him over with your car, or throw him down from a high place, or choke him, or poison him.” The words of the ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed al Adnani before…

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ATG Access support local projects across the Middle East

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ATG Access’s partnership with a manufacturing company in the Gulf region enables the company to be ultra competitive on product pricing and lead times. It also provides the company with a local base for globally placed engineers to service and support ATG Access installed products located in the Middle East. Not only has the partnership been…

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ATG Access to showcase Shallow Mount technology at Intersec 2014

ATG Access, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of security bollards and vehicle barrier systems, is set to introduce its Shallow Mount bollards at stand S1-638C during Intersec 2014 in Dubai this week. The British company has witnessed increasing success globally in recent year’s thanks to ground breaking, innovative engineering. As a direct result from…

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