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11/01/2017

Storm appoints new U.A.E distributor ready for Intersec

West Drayton, Middlesex (UK) and Dubai, U.A.E

Storm S60 outdoor rated keypad-reader

In the run up to the Intersec show, Storm Interface has agreed a new distribution partnership for its range of rugged access control products with Digital Factors, who will be demonstrating the product line at the exhibition in Dubai later this month.

“To coincide with important new additions to the Storm range, we are delighted to introduce a new Storm-in-Stock partner. Digital Factors will serve a growing customer base in the UAE and throughout the Middle Eastern market" said Peter Jarvis, Storm Interface SEVP.

The new Storm S60 outdoor rated keypad-readers are ideal for access control applications in contemporary glass or polished stone buildings. An increasing number of these ‘landmark’ buildings can be found in many of the region’s cities. “We are looking forward to working with the team at Digital Factors to ensure Storm products are featured in many of those ‘signature’ buildings”, said Jarvis.

Formed with a vision to become a market leader in the secure issuance and physical access arena, Digital Factors are fast becoming one of the largest access control distributors in the Middle East. According to the company, this growth has been achieved by providing high quality products which exceed their customer’s expectations, whilst maintaining the highest ethical standards.

“Our harsh climate requires access control equipment that is rugged enough to withstand extreme temperatures, high levels of UV radiation and dry, sandy environments” said Vinod Menon, Operations Manager for Digital Factors.

“Constructed in Storm’s ISO9001 accredited UK manufacturing facility, using the highest quality materials, Storm-AXS products are built to last. We are sure that their reliability and durability will be qualities our customers will very much appreciate’ said Vinod Menon.

The Storm-AXS product range will be demonstrated at Intersec, Jan 22nd to Jan 24th 2017 by Digital Factors at the World Trade Centre, Dubai, U.A.E.


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