AMAG Technology, Inc.

AMAG Technology is a market leader in Physical Access Control, Identity Management and integrated security solutions. AMAG Technology delivers a powerful, unified and open security platform that empowers businesses to effectively secure their facilities, meet compliance and have peace of mind. While access control is the foundation of what we do, the Symmetry Security Management system includes video, identity management, analytics, mobile, intrusion, visitor management, command and control and incident management. Symmetry’s scalable security solutions provide operational insights and intelligence to improve business today and tomorrow, and are deployed across a variety of markets from commercial to government, education, healthcare, banking, transportation, utilities, plus many more.

AMAG Technology, Inc.
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T: +1 310 518 2380

2205 W. 126th Street
Unit B
90250
Hawthorne, California
United States

DPD Netherlands Streamlines Depots with Symmetry Security Management System
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DPD Netherlands Streamlines Depots with Symmetry Security Management System

DPD Netherlands is part of the international DPDgroup. As the largest player in the European parcel-shipping market, DPD transports 7.5 million parcels every day to more than 230 countries worldwide. Driven by year-over-year volume increases, DPD needed to expand its facilities footprint. However, each of its eleven depots had different security systems and installments. Replacing these systems further strengthens the company’s ability to take on additional capacity and remain competitive in the market.

DPD turned to Voskamp Beveiligingstechniek, an internationally recognized security company offering integrated solutions for clients and users of multi-functional buildings, to implement an entirely new security system in DPD’s new Eindhoven location. With an end goal of creating one centralized security operations center connecting all depots, DPD needed a cohesive security system that could be integrated into each location.

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