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So Brandon and Scott – our resident globetrotters – have just returned from IFSEC West Africa 2013, a little worse for wear but nonetheless eager to regale us with tales of adventure from the heart of the continent.

This has been the third consecutive year that CENTURION has exhibited at this show and, thanks to the support of our Lagos office and staff, we are really seeing a rapid increase in the gate automation market in Nigeria. In fact, so overwhelming has the response been that we will be returning there in April for a full week of comprehensive access automation training presented by our well-known and beloved training manager, Chris Grobler.

According to Brandon, seen below looking every bit the part of the suave debonair, the markedly positive thing about this year’s exhibition and the people visiting was the enthusiastic response to the name and brand “CENTURION”.
From left to right: Exports Sales Representative for Africa, Brandon Horn; Exports Manager, Scott Wilson; CENTURION West Africa Branch Manager, Ademola Okulaja.
 

He went on to say that clients are now specifying that they want CENTURION equipment as it has local product support and backup.

There were close on 70 new trade clients and interested homeowners and businessmen wanting CENTURION products guarding their homes, businesses, etc. And, as always, we’re more than happy to oblige!
The CENTURION Stand
 

All in all, the show was a great success, generating many new clients and reassuring our existing clients of our powerful presence in Nigeria and West Africa in general. Thank you to all who visited our stand, we really enjoyed getting to know each and every one of you and look forward to seeing you all at IFSEC West Africa 2014!