Astra Security celebrates 14-year anniversary
This month Astra Security are celebrating their 14-year anniversary.
The Company was originally formed back in 1992, but in May 2006 Paul Beet and Steve Bird seized the opportunity to take over the reins. And, since taking over, the Company has seen many positive changes. They’ve expanded their office premises, increased their customer base, and continued to develop their staff.
With a wide range of customers, including major high street retailers, distribution centres, sports stadia, and car showrooms, they’ve developed a strong reputation for handling multifaceted projects and developing custom made solutions to meet individual client needs.
Steve Smith, Head of Business for Bristol Audi said “Congratulations on 14 years of owning and running Astra. Paul and the team are like having a reliable long-term neighbour. You know you can always rely on when you need something unforeseen quickly, maybe not a cup of sugar but certainly with alarm or CCTV needs. The quick and supportive response certainly gives confidence. Well done”
Paul Beet, Managing Director at Astra Security commented “I’m really proud of what we’ve achieved over the last 14 years. Our main focus is to continue to provide exceptional customer service and in saying that, I’d like to thank all our customers, partners, engineers and staff and everyone else who has supported us on our journey. Here’s to the next 14 years!”
Astra Security design, supply, install and maintain integrated security systems, including CCTV, remote monitoring, access control and more.
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