Maximum security systems company Entel Security Systems is set to close its doors after nearly 50 years in business, its founder said.
“We are absolutely sad to announce that our business will close its door, but the reality is that it will be because of an unexpected development,” said Erik Thulmann, chief executive of Entel.
“In an extremely unfortunate event, we will no longer be able to meet our obligations to our customers and our employees,” Thulman said in a statement.
“Entel Security Solutions is proud of our history of innovation, and is proud to continue to work with many of the world’s leading security and privacy experts and institutions,” he added.
Entel was founded in the US in 1958 and has grown to become the world leader in security, security management, network security, and security software.
It employs more than 30,000 people in the UK and is based in Germany.
It also has security systems for hospitals, retail stores, and airports.
It provides systems for commercial and government clients.
“When I joined Entel in 1998, we were a little bit under the radar, but we’ve grown rapidly and are now an international company with many global customers,” Thalmann said.
He said he was very disappointed to be leaving the company.
“I’ve been at the forefront of security solutions for the last 40 years,” Tholman said.
“I know a lot of our customers don’t like to see their personal information used to do business, but they have a duty to protect it.”
Thulmann said Entel would continue to sell products for customers in countries where the company does business, including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.””
The people who are most in need of security are the people who work in hospitals, and that’s why I want to work here.”
Thulmann said Entel would continue to sell products for customers in countries where the company does business, including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
“If they (Australian customers) want to buy Entel products in those countries, they will have to pay a premium,” he told reporters in Singapore.
“There will be no more Entel Australia products.”
He said the company would continue providing products to other countries, including China, but would be looking at ways to increase its services there.
“It’s not something that we can do overnight,” he acknowledged.
“We’ll see what happens in the coming days and weeks.”