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ATG Access Wins Big At ECHO Regional Business Awards

22 June 2018

ATG Access Crowned International Business of the Year ATG Access got the gold last night winning top honours at the Liverpool ECHO... More

Export News: ATG Forges New Partnerships

13 April 2018

Export News   It’s an exciting time for ATG export as the company continues to grow having recently forged three new partne... More

Security Doesn’t Have to be Ugly: Case Study

27 February 2018

When looking at physical security designs, there is a balance between proportionate and cost-effective security measures and aesth... More

Lord Mayor’s Show: Temporary Event Security Case Study

The City of London source anti-terror barriers to protect their bridges from vehicle as a weapon style attacks. Project Background... More

Surface Guard To Secure Serious Request Festival 2017 In Apeldoorn.

20 December 2017

Hostile Vehicle Mitigation At Serious Request Festival Every year in the Netherlands a huge charity festival takes place, the Seri... More

Surface Guard Wins Physical Security Product Of The Year

20 October 2017

Physical Security Product of the Year ATG’s efforts to be a driving force to innovate security measures to prevent vehicle a... More

10 Years of Export Growth for ATG Access

28 September 2017

Big Projects Cap 10 Years of Export Growth ATG Access is celebrating 10 years of export growth with a deal to supply barriers and ... More

ATG Directors Tackle the Manchester Marathon

6 April 2017

After months of grueling preparation and training, Gavin Hepburn (ATG Sales & Marketing Director) and Peter Shipley (Finance D... More

ATG Access’s President Glenn Cooper wins the International Director Award 2017

The Institute of Directors hosted their annual awards ceremony for the North West of England on Thursday 30th March.  The annual ... More

Can a Lorry Attack Ever be Stopped

22 December 2016

Following the tragic Berlin Christmas Market attack this week, it is clear that physical security measures are needed to stop a n... More