New Manufacturer Future Barriers, Ltd. Provides New Solutions to Defend Against Terrorism.

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Future Barriers, Ltd. a manufacturer of innovative perimeter security equipment, announced its entry into the vehicle barrier industry providing solutions to defend against terrorism.

Future Barriers, Ltd. a manufacturer of innovative vehicle barrier solutions, announced its entry into the vehicle barrier industry providing solutions to defend against terrorism. The new manufacturer is providing better and more practical solutions to help customers secure their facilities. In the past decade, especially since the events of 9/11, perimeter security has become a high priority of both private and government sector organizations.

Protecting facilities and physical assets is now a crucial part of an organization’s entire risk management plan. As corporations in the private sector take a more active approach to implementing proper risk reduction techniques for their facilities, they are looking for modern unobtrusive ways of accomplishing this without compromising the friendliness of thier facility’s architecture and image.

Future Barriers is designing and providing perimeter security measures and vehicle barrier solutions that do exactly that. Some of the noted focuses of the organization are to provide vehicle barrier solutions and perimeter security measures that enhance the look of the facility, create safer premises, and reduce the risk of attack.Future Barriers, Ltd. was founded earlier this year and is firmly positioned to provide the best vehicular barrier solutions. Future Barriers Ltd was formed by a group of security professionals and engineers who, after working in the security industry for several years, came to realize a need for high quality and stylish vehicle barriers.

The group realized that the basic design of vehicular barriers had not advanced to keep up with current technological and architectural trends. All currently available products are using the same outdated technology and old designs. Very little innovation has been brought to the market over the last 15 years. Barriers system manufacturers have been using the same basic system since the early 1980s.

The use of traditional hydraulic pumping units have resulted in reliability and environmental issues, and has created the need for extensive routine maintenance. This, coupled with poor designs and less efficient operation, has created numerous dissatisfied customers in the vehicle barrier marketplace. Future Barriers is targeting these customers with superior quality and an aesthetically pleasing range of security products. The organization plans on raising the standard for vehicle barrier system by bringing new technology to the market and implementing features that exceed customer’s needs and specifications.

This reflects the company’s commitment to its slogan, “The Look You Want... The Security You Need!”Future Barriers, Ltd. is a Delaware corporation with R&D and manufacturing facilities near Atlanta, GA and south of Chattanooga, TN. Initially, Future Barriers will produce two product lines said to be innovative and advanced beyond current competitor’s products. The surface mounted barrier series will be released late November 2005 with features such as electric operation, built-in gate arm and traffic lights, and a fully customized finish. The second line will be a crash-rated shallow foundation bollard that can be installed in urban areas with a minimal 8 inch foundation. The shallow bollard series will also be available late November 2005. The company plans to expand into street furniture, fixed bollards, removable bollards, electric bollards, planters, and other vehicle barriers throughout 2006.

About Future Barriers, Ltd.

Future Barriers, Ltd is a manufacturer of innovative vehicle barrier solutions. The company focuses on providing customers with a reliable, attractive, and cost-effective way of defending their facilities against the threat of terrorism. Product lines include crash rated bollards, wedge barriers, street furniture and gates.

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