How terror prevention took this SME global

After switching to manufacturing high security bollards, ATG Access has found growth in international markets.

by Stephen Jones

PAS 68 specification doesn't mean a lot to most people, but to Gavin Hepburn, the MD of ATG Access, it’s proved to be central to his business’s success. The specification is the de facto impact test standard for hostile vehicle mitigation - or vehicle borne attacks - and is used to assess the strength of terror prevention bollards.

ATG in Brief

Founded: 1991

HQ: Haydock, Merseyside

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