Significant growth for security firm Trigion
Contract wins up 20 per cent in a quarter thanks to combined service offer
Trigion Security’s combined service offer of manned guarding and electronic security is proving popular with customers across different industries, and across the country, as the company announces new business growth of 20 per cent in the second quarter of 2017.
Trigion’s tailored solutions – including its own remote security operations centre – mean it is not limited by sector and it has been able to secure contracts with the manufacturing and distribution sector, as well as publishing, food production and construction companies. The development is in line with Trigion’s plan for substantial growth in 2017, and it has won contracts in Bristol, Cambridge, Northampton and Peterborough, as well as in its home county of Kent.
Neil Ricketts Trigion Technical Director said, “We have made substantial investments in our commercial department and supporting structure to drive our targeted growth, and are delighted to see this surge in demand.
“Manned guarding makes up a significant part of these new contracts, and we are expanding our workforce to meet the increased demand. We are also able to complement this solution with our electronic options. We self-design, install, maintain and remotely operate all our systems and are experts at delivering the blended solution of electronic and people power.
“Our Designed Solution pricing model has also been popular with many of our new clients. By removing the need for Capital Expenditure for the system installation and spreading the costs throughout the length of the contract, we’re able to meet our clients’ needs without them having to use their budget upfront.”