Northeastern awarded Moncton Airport contract
The Greater Moncton International Airport Authority has awarded a 3-year contract for security and security related services to Northeastern Protection Service Incorporated, a private security integrator based right here in Atlantic Canada. This marks Northeastern’s second long-term Aerospace contract in as many years, and re-introduces the security firm to the New Brunswick market.
November 25, 2014 By Staff
Roger Miller, President of Northeastern, explains the significance of winning the Moncton Airport contract in this way;
“Our strategic goals for 2014 included expansion into the New Brunswick market; this contract award helps us achieve our goals as a company. Competing against international corporations and being selected as the winning proponent once again illustrates the ability of Atlantic Canadian companies to successfully compete on a larger scale. Our local management team looks forward to expanding our fully-integrated concept of protection services throughout New Brunswick in the coming months.”
Northeastern was founded by Mark Joseph in 1983, and in the past three decades the company has become the premier integrated security firm in Eastern Canada by offering a wide range of physical security products and services under one roof such as; uniformed guard personnel, access control technology, CCTV technology, ID systems, and private investigations. Northeastern currently employs more than 120 valued employees in Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland. The Moncton Airport contract will add another 30+ employees to Northeastern’s operations.
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