CLD Fencing is extending the global reach of its specialist security perimeter systems, with a new move into South America.
The company is launching international operations in Argentina, to deliver its world-renowned solutions across the continent.
From a new office based in Buenos Aires, existing and new clients across Latin America will now be able to access CLD Fencing’s specialist security knowledge, which is built on almost 50 years of expertise.
The office is being run by Argentine nationals Jimmy Holder and his son Sean, who have decades of expertise in the Latin American marketplace.
They’ll be supported on the ground by CLD Fencing’s team of experts, who will deliver established specifications, products and service, which meets exacting standards, including those set by Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB).
Russell Wells, Sales Director of CLD Fencing, said: “The opening of the new office in Argentina enables us to offer our expertise and time proven, trusted solutions into Latin America.
“We now have our own dedicated team, highly experienced in the design and supply of high security fencing, combined with local expertise at a regional level in project management, logistics and support.
“Jimmy and Sean will be able to support our clients in the language and time zone and it’s a pleasure to welcome them to the CLD Fencing team.”
The move into Argentina is the latest phase in international growth for CLD Fencing. Based in Sandbach, Cheshire and with an office in London, the company has expanded globally in recent years to include sites in Sydney, Washington and Dubai, as well as distributors in more than ten countries.
Wells added: “Across the globe we are seeing strong demand for our perimeter security solutions. Clients, including data centres and security consultants, are reassured by our international blue-chip project list, which reflects our ability to meet their stringent requirements around the world.”
For more information, visit: www.cld-fencing.com
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