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Mombasa Port Security Project Win For Magal

Magal S3 : 21 January, 2011  (Application Story)
As part of a turnkey security installation project in the African Port of Mombasa, Magal Security Systems will supply fencing, access control, radio communications and CCTV surveillance system including video management and video motion detection technology
Magal Security Systems has signed a 21.4 Million dollar contract for a turnkey project to supply and integrate the security systems for the Port of Mombasa.



This turnkey innovative project involves the development of civil and communications infrastructure, installation of a comprehensive security solution, commissioning, training and support.



The Magal S3 complete solution incorporates:






Mr Gichiri Ndua Managing Director of Kenya Port Authority (KPA) and Mr Shukri Barmadi Chairman of KPA, emphasized the importance of the project in the development of the regional port: “This project is key to securing the port, but more importantly, securing the trade and growth of Kenya and its neighboring countries. We are pleased to be working with Magal S3 and in making this a reality.”



Eitan Livneh, President and CEO of Magal S3, added: “We are proud to have won this prestigious project. Mombasa is a major strategic seaport for East Africa, handling thousands of vessels every year. We bring a wealth of experience to the seaport security market – an important and growing market, which we have identified as a growth market over the past few years. We will work closely with the Port Authority of Kenya towards achieving ISPS (International Ship and Port facility Security) compliance, addressing the security challenges within this sensitive region.”

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