Vector Security Celebrates 20th Anniversary with New National Service Center

Vector Security celebrates its 20th anniversary of the National Accounts Division by moving into a new National Service Center located in Northern Virginia. The new facility allows the company to better serve the loss prevention market, which includes IP video, electronic article surveillance and managed network services.

The new 27,000-square-foot national service center was designed to be a virtual loss prevention services laboratory, and it will continue to serve 44,000 national customers, field 26,000 service calls per month, and repair, review and test new technologies.

“Instead of sending equipment needing repair back to manufacturers, we can do most of it right here, saving time and expense; and we’re also actively testing new equipment and technologies to ensure we remain on the cutting edge of new applications and emerging LP protocols,” said Michael Grady, executive vice president of Vector Security.

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