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Port Security and ISPS Code

06.08.2004



New legal requirements of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code, developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), contain a multitude of internationally binding measures to provide better protection against terrorism aimed at ships and port terminals. Ships may be attacked and used for arms shipments or misused as a weapon. Ships and port facilities are exposed to a completely new threat potential since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Our Performance Range

Kaba Benzing and its partners support operators of port facilities, shipping companies, administrations, and authorities to implement the special safety requirements that are written down in the ISPS code.



This ranges from risk and vulnerability analysis up to the creation of comprehensive port security concepts. Kaba Benzing is the specialist in Enterprise Data Collection. This means Time and Attendance, Access Control, and Production Data Collection as well as communications solutions for all current ERP systems.

Partner Network

With approximately 5,900 employees, the Kaba Group is one of the leading providers in the security industry worldwide.

With Kaba Benzing’s network of sophisticated partners for all safety-relevant areas we feature an incomparable offer. Together with system and software providers we offer consulting services, conceive your demands, and realize your project.

Experience

Profit from our experience in numerous projects such as Eurogate, Hansaport, Color Line, HDW, Rhenus Midgard, P&O Nedlloyd, and many more.

Contact

Our representative will be happy to give you help and advice in port security and ISPS Codes:

Alexander Reckling for Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 5136-894370

Antonio Riccio and Francisco Ramos, internationally
Phone: +49 (0) 7720-603-202

E-Mail: portsecurity@kaba-benzing.com

Heiko Trick | Kaba Benzing GmbH
Further information:
http://www.kaba-benzing.com

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