REFLEX SECURES WINCANTON HARVEY NICS CONTRACT

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Leading supply chain solution provider, Wincanton, has placed a further contract with national safety, security and asset protection specialist, Reflex. This time, Reflex's installation will be protecting premium quality food, beverages and clothing in transit for Harvey Nichols at its Greenford distribution site, in Middlesex.

Eighteen latest generation high resolution cameras have been fitted to monitor and record goods in and goods outwards movements. Wincanton management can view the high quality video images remotely on their internal IT network, and access the footage historically if required, on a digital playback facility.

Projects director for Reflex, Steve Ward, said: "Our 15 years experience and expertise in the warehousing and logistics sector enables us to deliver individually tailored solutions that directly assist the business management process. In fulfilling the requirements for Wincanton and another of its key clients Harvey Nichols, Reflex has again proved that it can deliver for some of the largest and most prestigious customers and brands."

Reflex has already installed systems at three other individual Wincanton client distribution centres for Nestl Purina (Hams Hall, Coleshill, Birmingham); Argos (Telford), and Mattel (Daventry), comprising a variety of access control, CCTV surveillance, perimeter detection, and other integrated security and health and safety applications.

Reflex's integration of technology into intelligent business systems creates a variety of benefits, including enhanced asset protection, auditable trails of stock and access to key areas, off-site monitoring and recording, and improved health and safety compliance for employees on-site.

Graham Tulloch of Wincanton, said: "The Reflex solution has now been successfully integrated into four Wincanton sites to provide some of our key clients with the asset protection solutions they require."

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