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Bravida and Panasonic agree CCTV deal

by Andy Clutton

Panasonic Bravida signing 2Panasonic has agreed a deal with Bravida Fire and Security, which will see the integrator add Panasonic’s surveillance products to its product portfolio. The agreement is part of a reciprocal deal which saw Panasonic add Bravida’s access control hardware to its line up in the UK, Germany, France, Turkey and the Benelux in 2014. Contracts were formally signed at IFSEC 2015.

Sven Klockare, CEO, Bravida Fire & Security, said: “Panasonic has a reputation for providing evidential quality surveillance technology. This commitment to quality fits very well with how Bravida positions itself in Scandinavia. We see this as an essential part of our overall solution offering and we are proud to become a strategic partner to Panasonic in Europe.”

Andrew Dicken, Head of Panasonic Security Systems said: “We have been working closely with Bravida for twelve months to ensure the success of both their launch of CCTV and our access control offering. The agreement certainly strengthens our ability to offer full security solutions Europe wide.”

Pictured are: Sven Klockare, CEO of Bravida Fire and Security and Isao Shimada, Director of Panasonic Security Systems.

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