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Secure storage area needs secure access control

Topwood, a recycling business which specialises in confidential document shredding, document scanning and secure storage, is planning a North Wales expansion after buying a three-acre site on Wrexham Industrial Estate.

The space was previously a food production and distribution facility. It will be renovated for the secure storage required, with a capacity of more than 250,000 archive boxes.

Tom Gilruth, director of Topwood, said: "This purchase reflects the growth we have seen over the last 4 years. It’s an exciting time for Topwood.

Super-budget Cardiff hotel would benefit from centralised access system

 A budget hotel company, easyHotel, has acquired a site in Cardiff city centre in order to build an £80m “super-budget” hotel.

Scitech Engineering comes to Cardiff

 20 more jobs have come to Cardiff, after support from the government enabled Scitech Engineering, an engineering and construction company, to place its new office here. 

Access turnstiles can last in the most unforgiving of environments

Ceredigion Council Loo of the Year Awards management public conveniences Access Control Wales leisure centres corporate facilities security standards galvanised finish durabilityCeredigion Council has scooped an amazing five prizes at the Loo of the Year Awards and was also awarded a Champions League Standards of Excellence Award, the only authority in Wales to win the accolade.

Modem controls doors at a remote geographical location

robbed Pontnewydd stole Cwmbran Gwent Police suspicious Access Control Wales controlling doors volt-free input building estate alarm modem facility remote geographical locationA garage has been robbed at Pontnewydd. Two men stole both a car and cash at the Hyundai dealership in Cwmbran, Torfaen, at about 18:10 GMT on Tuesday.