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Smiths Detection launches its first training centre in the Middle East

Posted 22 January 2019 · Add Comment

Smiths Detection has announced the opening of its first training centre in the Middle East.

 

The new site comprises a number of training rooms and a demonstration area with the company’s latest security solutions, including automatic explosives-detection systems and airport lanes. The training centre will give customers a hands-on opportunity to familiarise themselves with Smiths Detection’s suite of security solutions. It also provides consulting services focused on customers’ specific business needs and challenges. 

Speaking at the launch of the new training centre, Roland Carter, Global President of Smiths Detection said: “We first established a site in Dubai in 2005, this new investment is further recognition of the region’s growth potential and the UAE as a central hub for the region.”

Tom Squier, managing director of Smiths Detection in the Middle East, added: “Providing our customers with strong support, enhanced technology and relevant training is always our top priority. The establishment of our training centre reiterates our long-term commitment to the UAE and the wider Middle East region. The new training centre will support UAE’s security and defence sector to continue its role as the regional industry powerhouse.”

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