Posted on: 07 Sep 2018

Kings Enhances Forecourt Security for Leading Oil & Gas Company

One of the leading multinational Oil & Gas companies has entrusted the security of over 540 sites of its UK petrol forecourts to Kings Secure Technologies, ensuring the highest levels of asset security.

The Challenge

With an increasing number of petrol forecourts running a 24 hour service, around-the-clock security is now a necessity. Due to poor service and reporting from the incumbent provider, the client was faced with the need to review its CCTV installation and maintenance contract, and Kings was quick to respond.

The Solution

The solution provided by Kings included industry-leading technology; it was imperative that CCTV images of the highest quality could be captured and recorded to ensure a much higher success rate for catching drive-offs. Along with the increase in security, the client has also experienced significant cost savings thanks to the signalling device used; enabling its existing network to transmit the signal and negating the need for a telephone line.

The client’s Regional Operations Manager said of the contract award “We decided to offer the contract to Kings over other possible options due to their expertise in the field of CCTV. After an initial demonstration from Kings and exploring other options, we concluded that the solution from Kings was well supported and offered a great overall package to suit our needs.”

Why Choose Kings?

As a one-stop shop, Kings is ideally positioned to provide the installation, service and monitoring that the client required. Kings engineers have the Safety Pass Alliance (SPA) Petrol Retail Safety Passport, ensuring that, as contractors working on petrol retail forecourts, they understand the risks involved. Kings’ expertise in the field of CCTV installation, its skilled workforce, experienced engineering department and extensive service team are backed up with a range of test and diagnostic facilities, providing the confidence, improved reporting and heightened service demanded.

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