Safetyflex Barriers develops world leader reputation

Safetyflex Barriers develops world leader reputation

Safetyflex Barriers develops world leader reputation

West Midlands manufacturer, Safetyflex Barriers has ticked another country off its exporting hit list.

Safetyflex Barriers, based in Coventry, has developed a growing reputation as a world leader in hostile vehicle mitigation crash rated bollards and crash fences, tested to PAS68 and IWA14 British Standards.

The firm has been specially commissioned to design and manufacture a new product to protect high-profile infrastructure in Norway.

The ‘Tank-stopper bollard’ has been manufactured using Safetyflex’s innovative Design technology and is to be used at multiple sites in Norway.

Marcus Gerrard, director at Safetyflex, said being approached by an international client to produce the new product is testament to Safetyflex’s growing reputation.

“We are the only company in the world who could provide this specialist product” he said.

“Our client commissioned us to design a new type off bollard which could withstand a vehicle terrorist attack, so we developed the tank-stopper using the same spring technology used in our truck-stopper bollards.

“Safetyflex’s reputation as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of anti-terrorist security products is continuing to grow.

“We are regularly being approached by international organisations which is a huge show of faith in what we are doing and the quality of our work.”

The latest export win follows Safetyflex securing new work in South America and North America.

Safetyflex Barriers are experts in security consulting on hostile vehicle mitigation, and the manufacturing of crash rated bollards and crash fences, which have been tested to British standards PAS68 and IWA14, for high-security facilities around the world.

Its patented products protect key infrastructure from vehicle attacks or accidental damage, including stadia, financial centres and utility companies.

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