In an effort to further solidify its position as a leader in specialized security within the aviation security industry, Procheck International, a fully owned I-SEC Subsidiary, will be introducing its new corporate identity. 

 With the recent expansion of the scope of their work at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol it was the perfect time to evaluate the company’s brand and logo to ensure it was in sync with what PI aims to represent. The new look of PI promotes its extensive experience in the industry, its commitment to delivering quality and cost-effective services to meet its client’s demands, as well as demonstrates the strength and reliability its clients can depend on.

For any questions about the logo or the change process please contact the Corporate Marketing Department at JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING 

 

I-SEC Nederland B.V. (I-SEC), a leading provider of aviation security services in the Netherlands, today announced that it has been awarded two major security contracts at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) for a term of five years each and with an option to extend these terms twice for one year. I-SEC has been providing AAS’ passenger security screening for the past six years. This latest award further expands its scope of activities to include additional security services on this significant European airport, ranking as Europe's 4th by total passenger traffic.

Mart Vergouwen, General Manager of I-SEC Nederland B.V., said:  “This result is fantastic for the I-SEC Group. We recognize that the award is a vote of trust by AAS towards our employees and management team here at Schiphol Airport. We will continue to demonstrate that we are a first-rate security vendor with proven commitment to the highest quality service.

“Our commitment to security is second to none. In order to meet the complex security needs of our airport clients, it is critical to successfully merge processes with highly trained personnel,” said Ran Langer, Group’s CEO, “As a long-term service provider to AAS, we have a comprehensive understanding of the security requirements and processes of Schiphol. This allows us to provide solutions that will help assure the overall efficiency of the airport.” 

I-SEC Japan, a leading provider of aviation security services on six international airports throughout Japan, today announced that it has extended its arrangement for the provision security services through 2019 with one of its major clients; Delta Airlines. This arrangement reflects a further strengthening of the business relationship between the two companies as well as a commitment by I-SEC to continue making Delta flights secure by delivering the highest quality service in the industry.

“We are very pleased with the terms of our contract expansion with Delta, said Mr. Shinroku Benniya , General Manager of I-SEC Japan. “We believe this arrangement manifests the long term success of our business relationship.”