Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Saturday, November 1, 2003

Safety Vision embarks on construction project

HOUSTON - Mobile video surveillance company Safety Vision is building a new facility, with expectations that the 50,000-square-foot building will be completed by July 2004.

The new, two-story facility will be built on seven acres of land on the Beltway between Tanner and West Little York, Texas.

The project will bring both the company’s offices and warehouse under one roof. The company currently resides in a 16,000-square-foot building, with a 24,000-square-foot warehouse located one block from the main office.
Strategic Vista to buy Mansoor Electronics

TORONTO - Strategic Vista International has signed a purchase agreement to acquire the operating assets of Mansoor Electronics for approximately $3.5 million in an all-cash transaction.

Through the Mansoor acquisition, Strategic Vista hopes to expand its distribution channel and increase its product range, according to Bernie Klein, Strategic Vista’s chairman and chief executive officer.

Strategic Vista will also acquire rights to Markham, Ontario-based Mansoor’s Home Sentinel brand name, which includes video surveillance products, burglar alarms and video door phones.
Barrier, gate companies merge

IRVING, Texas - Integrated Security Systems announced that its security gate subsidiary, B&B Electromatic, has merged with ARMR Services Corp., a supplier of crash rated barriers and parking control equipment.

The new company will operate under the name of B&B ARMR Corp. and combine products and solutions to offer customers with the best of breed solutions.

The transaction was based on a transfer of stock, with the families of Paul Roland and Scott Rosenbloom, principals of ARMR, receiving ISSI common stock.