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CCTV Discounts for farming businesses with NFU memberships

farming businessesCalling all farming businesses and communities across the West Midlands, Staffordshire and Shropshire, the National Farmers Union NFU are currently offering a 10% discount on the CCTV installation and products to help protect farmers, equestrian businesses, and growers.

With such an expanse of land to monitor by only a few farm employees, high value livestock and farming equipment provides a desirable theft opportunity for intruders. Often stolen goods can be moved quickly on the black market, reaching high monetary values and even being sold abroad.

With this in mind, the NFU is encouraging all farming businesses, equestrian operators, and food growers to protect livestock, equipment, buildings and land property by installing 24/7 CCTV surveillance and monitoring equipment to keep an eye on vulnerable areas and capture images which can be used as evidential proof.

How SGS Systems are supporting farming businesses

cctv cameraAs accredited partners to the NFU, SGS Systems provide installation and maintenance contracts for commercial CCTV and other related security protection, including commercial property alarms, lighting, and fire security equipment. All equipment is installed by our highly trained security engineers and is regularly monitored to maintain a high level of quality.  To find out more about how we support farming businesses with commercial security, please contact us or call the NFU on 0370 845 8458 to request an electronic voucher which includes your 10% discount code.

Please note that there are no limitations on the quantity of vouchers a member may request and NFU members should inform our company that they are a member / NFU staff when they contact our security team for a quote. Please provide the voucher details upon request and before any work is carried out. All vouchers are valid for 30 days.

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