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Poole: Integrated security solutions manufacturer TDSi is has announced that NFS Teknoloji in Turkey as the winner of the Export Partner of the Year category in its 2013 Partner Awards.

The Export Partner of the Year category recognises partners that have not only excelled in terms of sales, but that have also offered clients outstanding service and advice – promoting the TDSi brand to new, expanding or emerging markets. John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi said: “NFS Teknoloji has opened up impressive inroads into the Turkish security market for TDSi. Whilst we believe our products are second to none, the other half of the equation in any market is the expertise of our local partners who take the products to clients and ensure they become the active solution for real-world needs. NFS Teknoloji has both the technical expertise and local reputation for excellence that we are proud to be associated with and we are very pleased to honour them with this award.”

 

As the Awards’ Export Partner of the Year, NFS Teknoloji has been at the forefront of TDSi’s push into the burgeoning Turkish security market, offering expert local security market knowledge and first-rate installation expertise. On receiving the award, Hidayet Yilmaz, Deputy General Manager of the company commented, “We are honoured to receive this award from TDSi. The Turkish security market is expanding rapidly and TDSi’s integrated security solutions offer an ideal mix of systems excellence and value for money, which means we specify them for a wide array of projects. We look forward to our continued success in partnership with TDSi”.

The partner awards were presented at this year’s IFSEC show at the NEC in Birmingham, one of the key annual events that bring together security professionals from across the sector. John Davies added: “We have already confirmed we will be appearing at IFEC 2014 in its new venue in at the ExCeL in London – where we will be honouring the winners of next year’s TDSi Partner Awards.”