China barrier sales increase

With the continuous ongoing success for Magnetic barriers we are expanding further our leading market position in China with a further 250 high performance high speed barriers of the Magnetic MIB 20 to be installed on Chinas highways assisting in the regulation of the toll traffic. says a confident Qin (Michael) Ye, General Manager of the Shanghai based Magnetic Control Systems.
Quin (Michael) Ye, GM.jpgChinese authorities planning foresees for 2009 a further extension of the system with this proven barrier model.

The enormous impact of the Chinese economy demands a swift adaptation of the infrastructure to keep pace with the needs of the people and the industry, explains Qin Ye. This is good for the progress of the country and very positive for the continued success of my company.

The Magnetic team direct a 100 % of energy into present and future customers as well the acquisition of new projects offering China a positive solution to the requirements.

For more than 10 years Magnetic Control Systems have been serving the Chinese market; the core components are made in Germany and they are finally assembled to market suitable products at their China factory located in Shanghai. With this distribution and manufacturing concept, Magnetic Control Systems are able to meet the best local requirements and respond quickly and efficiently to any delivery request.

We are Chinas specialist company for solutions and products in the field of vehicle and pedestrian access control.

Seeing once is better than hearing a hundred times.
Magnetic Autocontrol Group MIB 20.jpg
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