Read the latest news and blogs surrounding access control, time and attendance systems and integrated security solutions with Tensor plc.
Managing building contractors’ site access rights is now easier than ever
Construction company GB Building Solutions has managed to secure an impressive £10m contract to build a new care home in Surrey from Signature Senior Lifestyle, a news report reveals.
Wrekin Products gets funding for relocating to larger premises
A Burton-on-Trent company manufacturing manhole covers and drainage, steel access covers for the civil engineering industry has managed to secure the necessary funding for moving to larger premisses, in order to accommodate further growth.
Create elegant, secure ID cards for employees and visitors with Tensor Badge ID
Although few companies still rely solely on ID badges for access control purposes, these visual forms of identification still play an important part in any company, especially as far as visitors are concerned.
UK car output lowers due to weak European demand
As European demand lowered over the course of March and due to the early Easter holiday, the UK car manufacturing industry also took a hit, a news report reveals.
Thameside prison set for £50m expansion
Skanska, a contractor with a serious experience in the refurbishment of secured facilities, has just submitted plans for extending the Thameside prison in south east London. Should these plans go through, the prison’s capacity will be extended by around a quarter.
Pret A Manger set to create 500 new jobs across the UK after profit hike
After recording a very successful year, with sales figures rising by 17% up to £443m, fresh food chain Pret
Co-operative Group opens £22m Derbyshire hub, creates 300 new jobs
The Co-operative Group has just officially opened its £22m distribution centre in Castlewood, Derbyshire, also creating around 300 jobs in the process, a news report reveals.
Search for suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings relies heavily on CCTV footage analysis
Following the tragic Boston Marathon bombings, that left three people dead and many more wounded, the FBI, police and other law-enforcement agencies across the US had to rapidly scramble in order to find and apprehend the persons responsible for the terrorist attack.