ICTS Awarded the Security Contract at ABP’s Ports of Grimsby and Immingham

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Sunday, 20 August 2017

ICTS Awarded the Security Contract at ABP’s Ports of Grimsby and Immingham

ICTS’ Transport Services division has been awarded the Security Contract with the UK’s leading ports group, Associated British Ports (ABP), for the provision of Security Services at its Ports of Grimsby and Immingham. The contract is due to commence 1st April 2013. During twenty five years of operations, ICTS has established its position as a leading provider of innovative security solutions to the transport sector, serving as long-term security partners of airlines, airports, ports and rail operators. “We are delighted to have won this prestigious contract and look forward to the roll out of operations that encompass: supervision, static security controls, the manning of electronic security systems and mobile and foot security patrols. ICTS look forward to contributing to services at these two North Sea ports”, commented Jim Finegan, ICTS Transport Services Director.

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