Australian Bollards – Safeguarding Your Business Today
by: NJM Group Marketing on
Protecting ones business from thefts and vehicle attacks are unfortunately one of its many challenges. That has recently been the case for Point Cook’s Telstra Store which is located in the Stockland Point Cook Shopping Centre along Main Street.
Last week on January 13th in the early hours of Monday morning (2:00am), the Telstra Store was victim to a ram raid attack with the store’s owner estimating the damage bill to be up to $10,000. Fortunately nothing was stolen.
At Australian Bollards we value safety and protection not only for our customers but for everyone and this is no exception.
To prevent these situations from occurring and help keep shopping centres and its customers safe from damage or harm, Australian Bollards has the perfect anti-ram raid solution with its AB-HI165-Y; High Impact Energy Absorbing Bollards.
Our High Impact Energy Absorbing Bollards are the ideal shield that will protect shopfronts from vehicle bornie improvised explosive device (VBIED) and ram raid attacks, thereby giving shop owners the peace of mind that their customers will be protected and assets secured.
Made from galvanised steel, the AB-HI165-Y is a surface mounted bollard that comes in a metallic powder coating and can be utilised at a number of other locations including bus or tram stops and warehouses.
Not only will shopfronts be adequately protected from reckless drivers but pedestrians will be also able to go about their day shopping worry free from such hazards.
The team at Australian Bollards are also able to customise the design to suit our clients’ needs and requirements.
Australian Bollards have installed our High Impact Energy Absorbing Bollards at several locations including the Aspendale Shopping Centre, Chadstone Shopping Centre, North Blackburn, Watervale Shopping Centre (Taylors Hill) and outside Hoyts Cinema’s in Frankston.
For more information on our range of services and products, please contact us on +613 9459 3488 or visit our website today.