World’s most easily deployable and pound-for-pound most effective barrier has been acquired by some of the world’s biggest stadiums and foreign governments including Russia.
MIAMI, FL, February 08, 2014 /Lightning Releases/ — With the Sochi Olympics on everyone’s mind and threats of attacks, many are concerned about Security for the events and athletes. “We are very proud that our Portable Vehicle Barrier answers the need of protecting crowds and venues from either intentional hostile vehicles or accidentally dangerous vehicles,” says President of SSI, Henry Morgenstern.” We are also happy that our product is manufactured in the US and that we are the sole source supplier to some of the USA’s biggest College and Professional venues.”
The Portable Vehicle Barrier is employed today in the US and friendly nations all over the world, in both the protection of infrastructure and ports as well as stadiums and venues. The Department of Homeland Security in several jurisdictions have ordered due to the system’s modular nature, allowing folding of all units and easy storage and deployment.
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In the past past, the company had contracts with the Chinese prior to the Olympics, Nigeria, Europe and Asia but sees this trend as accelerating in the next few years. As the publisher of the Counter Terrorist Magazine, a specialized and very well respected journal for Special Forces, Intelligence and First Responders, the company enjoys the advantage of having its media read not only in the US but abroad. Last year, the company participated in conferences like Milipol in Paris, France, The Counter Terrorism Expo in London and ISDEF in Israel. With a new edition of the magazine published in Asia, its courses and training which enjoy wide-spread respect in the US are now being advertised to foreign governments.
The company has been a leader in the field of MACTAC or active shooter training across the US; of Mass Casualty incident training, and in the past few years has created new programs for US based manufacturers of armored vehicles and elevated platforms to train forces in how to get the best use from these important products.
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