Godrej plans Ethiopia security event

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Godrej plans Ethiopia security event

Godrej Group will host a customer event in Ethiopia tomorrow, to showcase its advanced security solutions.

Godrej Group manufactures high-tech physical security solutions for public sector and banking industry.

In addition to burglar and fire resistant safes, strong room doors and cabinets that provide maximum protection for important files and documents, the company also manufactures specially designed data safes.

The Godrej team, distributor Astel and reseller Hysen Webget are hosting a customer event on Thursday 26th July2012 at the Hilton Hotel, Addis Ababa. Attendance is by invitation only. Should you wish to attend, please contact Hysen Webget +251 911 603752 or email sales@hysen.info



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