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Harper Chalice lures Binns to dealer network

Posted 2 October 2018 · Add Comment

UK manufacturer and supplier of electronic and electrified perimeter security systems has added to its dealer network with what it describes as ‘one of its most prestigious signing to date’.



Harper Chalice has secured premier prison perimeter systems installer Binns Fencing as an authorised dealer of its high security defence and detection systems and complementary products.

The range is specifically designed to meet the growing demand for reliable protection of people, property and assets worldwide.
Harper Chalice MD Chris Hackett said: “This is one of our most prestigious signing to date and is an indication of where our business is headed.

“We have launched a major focus on prisons, where our PID systems are going from strength to strength, so Binns’ accreditations, relationships and expertise in this field will be critical.

“They will also be dealers for our CPNI-accredited electric fencing and have just completed their first installation of such a system at a wind farm in Yorkshire.”

Harper Chalice has enjoyed rapid growth in the past three years since Hackett led the purchase of a majority shareholding from previous owner and founder Graham Harper which are held on behalf of all of the employees in an employee ownership trust.

The company grew 50% last year and has targeted a further 30-50% this year, and is looking to continue to expand its dealer network.

ADS member Zaun group subsidiary Binns signed up after a number of successful installations using Harper Chalice products.
MD Adam Binns said: “The partnership will enable us to offer prisons, utility sites and other high-security corporates, governments and organisations one integrated solution to manage security and safety risks effectively throughout their enterprises.”

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