Heywood business GJD wins Outstanding Security Equipment Manufacturer title at prestigious awards ceremony
Date published: 05 March 2019
GJD accepting their award
Heywood business GJD has been named Outstanding Security Equipment Manufacturer at the Outstanding Security Performance 2019 Awards (OSPAs) in central London on 28 February.
Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s Sales and Marketing Director, said: “It is a great honour for GJD to be recognised as an Outstanding Security Equipment Manufacturer at this year’s OSPAs.
“The award is testament to GJD’s strong focus on creating innovative product technology for the security sector. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the GJD team for their commitment to deliver world-class security solutions to our loyal customer base.”
The third UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) event took place at the Royal Lancaster where over 450 security professionals gathered to celebrate the very best from across the sector with dinner and a presentation event hosted by Susannah Fish OBE QPM – former Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police; national gun crime lead and national lead for Business Crime, Private Security Industry Liaison, and Information Sharing.
OSPAs founder, Professor Martin Gill commented: “The OSPAs provide an independent platform to showcase excellence and outstanding performance across the sector ensuring that those who contribute to maintaining high standards are recognised and rewarded.”
He continued: “Each year the calibre of the nominations exceeds expectations and makes the job of selecting the winners particularly challenging for the judging panel. All those that were selected as finalists and winners demonstrated that they really are the very best and should feel extremely proud.”
GJD is a leading British manufacturer of external detection and LED illumination equipment.
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