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NZ firm wins deal to build warehouses, fence at Tatu City

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New Zealand firm, Gallagher Power Fence Systems Limited, has announced plans to build 24 warehouses on four-acres at Tatu Industrial Park.

The warehouses will be used for storage of security products and for lease. Construction will commence in September this year and create approximately 100 jobs as part of the multimillion dollar investment.

Sir William Gallagher, Chairperson and CEO of the company, said that the move was a strategic step in Gallagher’s growth and expansion plans in the region.

“Over the last 18 years, we have experienced immense support from various partners and customers in Kenya. We are proud to be playing a role in creating employment opportunities, and we aim to reach a wider clientele through the facilities that we will be setting up here at Tatu City,” he said during a tour of Tatu City.

Gallagher is also in the process of building an electric security fence on the boundary of Tatu City. The fence will be equipped with CCTV cameras, floodlights and access control at entry and exit points, all monitored in a dedicated control room by Tatu City’s security team.

“We are delighted yet again to attract a global investor and service provider with strong local roots to the ever-growing list of Tatu City partners,” said Stephen Jennings, Founder and CEO of Rendeavour, the owner and developer of Tatu City.

“Gallagher is a household name in dozens of countries around the world, and the company’s quality and standards are such that they have built a strong business in Kenya.”

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