Halogen Security Company opens new office in Ogun

Halogen Security Company opens new office in Ogun

Halogen Security Company Limited, the foremost integrated security solutions provider in Nigeria has opened its new state-of-the-art regional office in Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria.

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According to the company, the opening of the new regional office located at Km 5 Idi – Iroko road Ota, is in line with the company’s constant drive to deliver outstanding customer service at every touch point.

The new office will provide capacity for increased customer support and services and an opportunity to understand the security challenges and concerns that are prevalent in the Ota community.

Present at the commissioning were top security officials from the Nigerian Police, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE), Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC). Also present at the event were Senior Management Staff of the Company, and several others.

Speaking at the event, the Executive Director Physical Security Solutions, Halogen Security – Mr. Bosun Sosanya said, “as a security solutions provider, it is important that we understand the inherent risk that exists within the community, and that we proffer products and solutions that will mitigate that risk, thereby providing our customers with real and psychological comfort’’.

He added that, “our long term goal is to be able to respond to our customers distress call within 15 minutes irrespective of where in Nigeria they may be located. To achieve this goal, we must expand our reach and build more locations within the country”.

In his speech, the Managing Director/CEO, Halogen Security, Mr Wale Olaoye, said, “Halogen is focused on offering innovative security solutions that are customized and easy to use and the company has always benchmarked itself against global best practices which is the only way it can achieve its aim of being the industry leader in the West African sub region in the next few years, and a major player on the entire continent. Our team is excited about the growth we are experiencing and this move represents a commitment to continue to build on the success it has accomplished.”

Ota is located in Ogun State and has over 863,000 residents living in and around the town. The residents are mainly farmers and traders. Ota is located in close proximity to Lagos State and to the border town of Idiroko, spearing business activities which has resulted in its strong economic development. This, coupled with the presence of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, and the expanse of land it possesses, has led to Ota having the third largest concentration of industries in Nigeria.

The New Halogen Ota Regional office will cater and service all these industries in varying sectors. It will be a central point from where all services and products will be offered and deployed. The office, which also has a fully furnished Security Education Academy, has three offices, three classrooms, a training ground and a well equipped control room used to monitor and track lives and properties of customers.

Halogen Security Company Limited was incorporated in July 1992 and offers a wide range of solutions aimed at satisfying security needs across strategic market segments in various industries including oil and gas, facilities and real estate, critical national infrastructure, telecommunications, financial institutions, manufacturing and hospitality. The company also provide systems and technology support to government security agencies and offer cyber and forensic solutions.

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