LogiScan Fire and Security is marking its 20th year of operation with a bold new business development push.
LogiScan based near Wellington is building on its established reputation for high quality security services by adding a full range of fire safety systems to its portfolio too.
It will enable the company – now known as LogiScan Fire and Security – to further develop its cross sector client base, which currently includes Devon Partnership NHS Trust and the Haynes International Motor Museum in Somerset, the largest museum of its kind in the UK.
Formed in 1995, the company signalled its intention to pursue a new period of growth in August last year with the move to new premises on the Westpark development at Chelston, a 40 acre mixed use business park offering ideal transport links.
A National Security Inspectorate (NSI) NACOSS Gold Approved Company and also regulated to the international ISO 902 Standards for Quality Assurance and Management Systems, the LogiScan brand has established a solid reputation for delivering a range of cutting edge security/monitoring services using the latest technology.
Now the company is celebrating 20 years in business by further extending those services, which include security alarms,CCTV and Access Control systems, to encompass the full range of fire safety solutions.
LogiScan is focussing its new business development strategy on Taunton and the wider Somerset area that surrounds its HQ – and is confident it will be able to secure new clients with its enhanced package of fire and security solutions.
Andrew Humphries of LogiScan said: “Our brand has become synonymous with a comprehensive, yet cost effective range of security services that always utilise the very latest technological developments.
“With such an established track record, we clearly had the infrastructure in place to take this business to the next level and by aligning our proven knowledge and expertise to a whole new range of fire, as well as security services, there is no reason why the LogiScan brand cannot go from strength to strength.”
One of LogiScan’s key strengths is its ability to design and install integrated security systems that connect a number of elements, such as intruder alarms, CCTV, automatic turnstiles, gates and barriers to create one powerful, unified and seamless solution.
The company has also established itself as a specialist in healthcare security offering sector clients a range of services like access control and personal alarms designed to protect its staff, assets – and its own clients too.