Warehouse Security Solutions From Secure Pacific

November 27, 2013

As seasons change and nights grow longer, protecting warehouses and industrial environments is more important than ever.

Portland, OR (PRWEB) November 27, 2013

When the seasons change, businesses often put excess inventory, seasonal decorations, and other materials in storage buildings. Because warehouses are typically separate entities and contain valuable items, criminals seek them out as easy targets. Whether on- or off-site, it is imperative that warehouses are properly secured to prevent theft or damage.

Often overlooked, warehousing is an important part of modern business. By storing assets and inventory, business are able to efficiently fulfill orders and pivot between different seasons or campaigns. A warehouse security system is an investment in a company’s future.

According to a CargoNet report, warehouse theft is both prevalent and expensive. In only six months, January to June 2011, warehouses and distribution centers experienced confirmed losses of over $14.5 million.

Access is an important issue for warehouses. Typically there a variety of individuals from different organizations passing through the facilities, so controlling and monitoring access is crucial for maintaining a secure location.

Secure Pacific offers specialized warehouse security systems that feature video verified security controlled access, and environmental monitoring technologies.

By offering scalable and customizable warehouse security, Secure Pacific provides a cost-effective solution for businesses looking to protect their belongings.

About Secure Pacific

Secure Pacific (http://www.securepacific.com) offers a full range of security solutions that include intrusion detection, video surveillance, keyless entry and fire detection. Our Verisafe® line of verified security systems stem from more than 35 years of experience protecting homes, businesses and government facilities. Be proactive, not reactive, to secure your property. Call us today to schedule a free security consultation at 1-877-837-4723.

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