Security Solutions International (SSI) Appointed the Sole US Agent for the Innovative Floodsax and Blastsax Products

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Miami-based Homeland Security company registers exceptional growth for the first two months of 2010.

Size and Deployment of Floodsax

It is one of the least expensive blast mitigation products that is instantly deployable.

The Miami-based Security Solutions International, (SSI) was appointed the exclusive US agent responsible for sales of this innovative flood mitigation product in the entire continental US and territories by the US Importer FIDO LLC. Floodsax weight very little and use absorbed water to create a barrier that resists water. Floodsax can be stored in a minimal space and deployed in minutes in any environment: hotels, condominiums, private homes, offices, public buildings and more. The product is made in the United Kingdom and is one of the most truly novel products in mitigating flooding. The British manufacturers are insistent on the “green” element and the sax can be kept for months safely and then be disposed of in any way desired, it is 100% biodegradable – even the ink that is used to print an agency’s name on the FloodSax is made of biodegradable soy. A special patent is held on the product.

SSI has always been a training and publishing company but few know that the company is very active in product sales. “We came to the Floodsax idea through Blastsax which is an explosive mitigation devise based on the same technology. It is one of the least expensive blast mitigation products that is instantly deployable. We are proud of our commitment to continue finding products that can protect and save lives, “ states Sol Bradman, CEO of SSI. “We are using our extensive media to help bring in sales and have successfully sold to many agencies and companies looking to be ready. We look forward to selling for the first time to the consumer."

The company continues to experience explosive growth through sales in its publishing, training and product divisions. The company’s magazine The Counter Terrorist magazine continues to grow in advertizing revenue by nearly 30% per issue, and increases subscriptions by about 10 % a month. Trainings in EMS/EMT and terrorism/crime prevention have exploded. Floodsax and Blastsax are expected to contribute heavily to the company’s bottom line in 2010.

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Security Solutions International (SSI) has helped more than 750 Federal, State and local agencies by training to prevent, prepare and respond to the asymmetrical threat of organized crime, gangs, drug cartels, terrorist organizations, disease and natural disasters since 2004.

Security Solutions International also provides the professional First Responder community with the leading media in the field as the publishers of The Counter Terrorist Magazine, The Counter Terrorist Newsletter, webinars and interactive learning, as well as the Annual Homeland Security Professionals Conference – the central event in the First Responder calendar. The company has been contracted to provide content for the newly established, first in the nation, Homeland Security Network which will debut in 2010. The completely secure network will be sponsor driven and will provide First Responders with something they most need, a centralized, free source of real-time actionable intel, training, networking and an interactive learning experience.

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