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Nigeria: NOG 2013 - Halogen Partners Earthsearch to Showcase Security Technology

Nigeria's leading integrated security solutions company, Halogen Security Company Limited and its technical partner, United States-based EarthSearch Communications International, have announced plans to showcase their security technology solutions at the 2013 Nigerian Oil & Gas (NOG) International Exhibition, which opens in Abuja tomorrow and ends on Thursday, February 21.

This, according to a statement issued in Lagos and made available to THISDAY, is with a view to engaging participating corporate organisations with security technology solutions designed to support their businesses, operations and reduce security risks.

"We are delighted to join major industry players participating at the 2013 Nigerian Oil & Gas (NOG) International Exhibition in Abuja. In our over 20 years of operations, and serving the oil and gas sector, we have developed and mastered the provision of professional security solutions aimed at delivering on our promise to our teeming clientele," Managing Director/CEO, Halogen Security, Mr. Wale Olaoye, said in the statement.

"Our promise of a secured peace of mind for our clients' businesses and their operations hinges on, among several propositions, our several innovative solutions, highly competent personnel, our various global partnerships and an ISO quality management and standards certification that is yet to be equaled by any Nigerian security company," he noted.

According to Olaoye, "Our presence at the NOG 2013 exhibition is highlighted by the attendance of our United States based global partner, EarthSearch Communications, whose strength in offering a range of solutions from monitoring to effective response and asset tracking helps to deliver our secured peace of mind value proposition for our market."

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