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Global real estate company shows confidence in Axis Security

Published on 6 October, 2008
 Axis Security is providing manned guarding at six of these prestigious buildings
 Axis Security hired to manage security in multi-tenanted buildings in London's City and West End

Axis Security, one of London and the City's fastest growing security service providers, has secured a major new contract with property company Savills, covering eight multi-tenanted buildings in the City and West End.

Axis is providing manned guarding at six of these prestigious buildings, and response patrols at the remaining two, encompassing 25 officers and a dedicated Portfolio Supervisor to ensure the day-to-day smooth running of the account.

The buildings are managed by Savills on behalf of its investment clients.  Having reliable security to provide the level of service that the buildings demand is paramount, explains Savills' Director Stephen Saunders:  "Security is understandably a key consideration, and in choosing a security provider it is essential that I can be 100% confident in their ability to deliver."

In selecting, Axis Security's reliability and credibility was much in evidence.  "I have built up a good working relationship with the management team, and I know that they have the appropriate skills to meet our requirements,"  says Saunders.

"I also know from experience that the management team places great importance on employee welfare matters. This is important to us as we require a motivated and stable team of security officers at all of our buildings. They also have a thorough understanding of our business and have shown a commitment to excellent levels of service,"  Saunders concludes.

Commenting on the appointment, Jonathan Levine, Managing Director of Axis Security said:  "We are delighted to have been selected by Savills to provide support and protection to its sites across London."

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