Protecting Crowded Places
Have you been searching for a company which has copious amounts of experience in the protection and security industry? Are you devoted to protecting crowded places? When you come to Crowdguard, you will find a group that is thorough in its preparation, and clinical in its execution, of keeping people safe. We have, for your convenience, laid out our contact information below – we look forward to hearing from you soon.
When you come to us for aid in protecting crowded places, here at Crowdguard we have one of the finest innovations in this industry which we can deploy – the ATG Surface Guard. Having been deployed and tested in the field, it has a one hundred percent success rate; it has managed to completely halt two, heavily laden vehicles weighing in at two thousand five hundred, and seven thousand two hundred kilograms, travelling at forty eight and thirty two kilometres an hour respectively. It has been designed with versatility in mind, meaning that it can be mounted in a variety of locations. Traffic islands, kerbs, and trees, are just some of the environments for which the ATG Surface Guard is perfectly suited to adapting to. On our website, we have a page which is dedicated to informing prospective clients of the specifications of this protection measure, as well as giving a visual insight of what to expect.
Here at Crowdguard, we endeavour to consistently bring a professional and effective solution to our clients, in relation to protecting crowded places. In the modern era, the use of vehicles as a means to do harm has grown exponentially, and we believe that it is vital that there is a way in which to combat this, at a price which is competitive-yet-affordable. As part of our mission statement, we have adopted a policy whereby we remain as transparent with our customers as possible, whilst simultaneously being accessible around the clock. In order to do this, we have created multiple channels through which customers can get in touch with us.
Should you wish to speak to our operatives in an informal environment, you can simply give us a call on 0161 5073434. Alternatively, if you would be more comfortable liaising with us by written means, you can complete and submit the enquiry form situated on our contact page, or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Whichever avenue you go down, our customer service representatives will ensure that you are the recipient of an informative and timely response.