Westminster International announces that it has been awarded a new contract to provide a specialist perimeter protection system to a petrochemical production plant in Kuwait.
The contract, valued at over 200,000 USD, involves the installation of a high security, covert detection system, concealed below an area of ‘no-mans-land’ between the two external perimeter fences. The system has been designed to detect any movement by intruders trying to gain entry to the facility at any point along the 2km perimeter fence and to pinpoint the exact location of the intrusion to within a few metres. Information will be displayed in the central control centre where action can then be taken to avert breaches of security.
Westminster will be undertaking this project in conjunction with its local security partners, Groupe TCL. It is the first of a number of joint projects expected in the region.
Commenting on the latest contract awards, Peter Fowler, Chief Executive of Westminster Group, said:
"I am very pleased to be able to announce this latest contract award, especially in view of the other awards recently announced. Westminster has started 2008 on a very positive note with 1st quarter orders of £3.3million."