SECURITY company Chrymark's new fleet of rapid response patrol cars is the first in the region to be guided by satellite.
The Wirralbased firm has fitted GPS -global positioning system -technology to each car; the on board computer giving precise directions to locations.
It can also enhance staff safety by allowing the control centre to track vehicles 24 hours a day and provide backup for the mobile security teams.
Chrymark operates from Heswall and employs 200.
SECURITY CHIEFS: Chrymark of Heswall
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Aug 27, 2003|
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