Belfast Telegraph

Security specialist seals Kraft contract in India

A BELFAST based firm is to install security screening for all Indian sites owned by food giant Kraft.

The system produces permanent and temporary ID badges for staff and visitors to Kraft offices and manufacturing facilities and also provides a real-time response if an alarm goes off.

CEM Systems, part of Tyco Security Products, said that Cadbury-Kraft Foods has also chosen another CEM product to secure doors in their Indian plants.

Andrew Fulton, business development director at CEM Systems said that the firm's AC200 Lite product is the perfect fit for Cadbury.

He added: "The Cadbury-Kraft Foods project marks yet another world-renowned brand using a sophisticated CEM solution.

"It has been designed to meet the complete security needs of small to medium sized sites and features advanced hardware products that are leading the industry."

Earlier this year the firm, which employs around 70 people in the Titanic Quarter, won a $2m (£1.2m) contract to upgrade Hong Kong International Airport.