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New Zealand firm wins Cambodia security contract

New Zealand-based Gallagher Security has been awarded the contract to provide an integrated security solution for Cambodia’s Phnom Penh International Airport.

New Zealand-based Gallagher Security has been awarded the contract to provide an integrated security solution for Cambodia’s Phnom Penh International Airport.

Business Development manager, Ian Meadows, confirms Gallagher has secured the multi-door project and will work with Channel Partners AES Group Ltd and Comin Khmere to install SmartCard readers and Sagem biometric readers in the 16,000 square metre facility.

The Gallagher access control system will also be integrated to the Aimetis Symphony video management software.

Phnom Penh’s international terminal currently has handling capacity for 2mppa, however, on-going extension of the boarding lounge will increase the space by 850sqm.

Other major gateways to incorporate Gallagher’s integrated security solution include Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and Laredo Airport in South Texas.

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