ESG at CTX 2015

Despite the fact that all of us here in the UK are lucky enough to live safe, trouble areas the threat of a terrorist act is slowly creeping up and is a daily occurrence around the world.

So much so, there is even a trade show dedicated to the prevention of terrorism and the reduction in the damage terrorist acts can cause.The Counter Terror Expo was recently held in London’s Olympia and featured exhibits for products as diverse as bullet proof cars, facial recognition, attack dogs and even different types of rope to use in the restraint of people.

ESG attended for the first time this year, dedicating our stand fully to our ESG Secure™ range of security glass. On display were a selection of products from EN356, EN1063 and LPS1270 ranges of glass, as well at members from our tech team on hand to offer expert advice. The show was a huge success for us and helps to introduce the ESG Secure range of products to a new set of customers from around the world. We have already signed up for the next year’s show, If you would like to visit the stand please contact a member of our team to register interest.

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