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Avon Barrier at IFSEC SE Asia

Avon Barrier is exhibiting at IFSEC South East Asia in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 6-8 September 2017.  They will be showcasing their range of physically crash-tested road blockers, barriers, gates and bollards, along with their latest developments including their ballistic sliding gates and their new ATEX & IECEx range of vehicle and pedestrian control, designed for use in environments where there may be an inherent risk of explosion such as oil and gas handling and processing.

They will be joining the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) as part of the UK pavilion- stand no UK11, where they will be available to demonstrate their options for physical protection of critical infrastructure and crowded spaces.  Their crash-tested products are specifically designed to counter terrorist and hostile vehicle attacks such as Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) attack, armed weapon attack and the use of a vehicle as a weapon.  The range includes bollards (static & active), rising arm barriers, sliding armoured gates and road blockers.

With an established list of projects completed in South East Asia, Avon Barrier would like to continue to develop the presence of their products in the region and are looking to meet with consultants, contractors & integrators that work within the sectors that provide expertise in security & protection of infrastructure, particularly integrators with an established & reputable after sales/support emphasis.

Their comprehensive range has been tested to internationally recognised standards including IWA14-1, PAS 68 & ASTM 2656, with their ballistic gates certified to protect against FB6 & FB7 level weapon attack.

Commenting on the decision to attend IFSEC SE ASIA, Joanne Smallwood, Marketing Manager for Avon Barrier, said; ”We initially participated at IFSEC SEA in Malaysia in 2014, we envisage that this event will build on the many relationships that we have established in the region and hopefully introduce us to many new opportunities.”

Jo Smallwood