Controlled Products Systems Group Partners with Gibraltar Perimeter Security

Nationwide distributor expands product offerings with global vehicle barrier manufacturer

Controlled Products Systems Group (CPSG), the distributor of perimeter access control products, has partnered with Gibraltar Perimeter Security, a design and manufacturing company of anti-ram vehicle barriers.

“Protecting critical infrastructure against vehicle-based threats is one of the areas that our installing dealers are tasked with nationwide.” said Scott Rosenbloom, product manager at CPSG. “By adding Gibraltar’s crash-rated anti-vehicle barriers and high security anti-personnel fence products to our product offerings, we are better able to meet the ever-growing needs of our customers and the industries they service.”

Gibraltar’s expertly engineered products are easy-to-install and designed to protect high-value facilities, assets and pedestrians. Their bollards, barriers, gates, and fencing have been designed to meet the specific needs of the end user and have been certified or engineered to meet ASTM F2656 and ASTM F-3016 requirements.

Historically, these solutions have been thought of as anti-terrorism measures. The more practical application is storefronts, outdoor dining, farmers markets and other commercial applications. As reported by the Storefront Safety Council*, accidents happen over 60 times per day with over 4000 injured annually. The top causes of these accidents are due to “operator error” and/or “pedal error”. These products provide opportunities to significantly increase the safety of public areas.

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