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State-of-the-Art Factory Steps Up Security

Matrix Security have recently been chosen to provide guarding operations for a new state-of-the-art infant formula production plant in Pokeno, south of Auckland. Owned by Yashili New Zealand Dairy Company, the NZD$220 million plant took over 3 years to build and at full capacity will produce a whopping 52,000 tonnes [...]

Just How Many Burglaries Are Occurring?

Burglaries and crime are always a hot topic of debate. In the news recently we’ve seen The Salvation Army releasing their annual ‘State of the Nation’ report, the police releasing their latest statistics on crime and the NZ Herald doing a week long editorial on burglaries in New Zealand. While [...]

Cancelling your landline? Or planning a renovation?

If you are considering cancelling your landline while planning a renovation project or changing over to ultra fast broadband, it's a good idea to check whether your home security system will work without it. Traditional alarm systems use an analogue connection to send signals down the old copper phone-lines to [...]

October 15th, 2015|Categories: Security Updates|Tags: , , |

Cancelling your landline? Or planning a renovation?

If you are considering cancelling your landline while planning a renovation project or changing over to ultra fast broadband, it’s a good idea to check whether your home security system will work without it. Traditional alarm systems use an analogue connection to send signals down the old copper phone-lines to [...]

October 1st, 2015|Categories: Residential|

Safe in the hands of Matrix Security

Regrettably, even the most revered of sites require security in this day and age. Auckland’s Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell – where many of us celebrate, rejoice or mourn – can also fall prey to some in the community who fail to respect property or people. Matrix Security has recently [...]

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