Queue management specialist Tensator has supplied one of the UK’s leading supermarkets, Asda, with its latest range of Access Control Gates.
The Milton Keynes store in Buckinghamshire was the chain’s first site to install Tensator’s automatic and mechanical gates, along with 40m of associated fixed rail systems, which are used to cordon off non-accessible areas.
The store chose the Tensator equipment as it looked to further improve the customer journey through a busy shopping environment. Kevin Hickson, general manager at Tensator, comments: “As one of the top supermarkets in the country, Asda demands that its suppliers install technology that delivers benefits both to its stores and to its customers.”
Designed with retail environments in mind, Tensator’s Access Control range creates a safe and secure entrance, or exit system, and provides a more efficient queue flow structure.
Tensator is a leading queue management specialist, with the largest range of crowd control, in-queue merchandising, display and signage, electronic call forward and media products. The Tensator high profile customer base spans blue chip retailers, international airport terminals, leisure and entertainment venues and financial institutions globally. The company is famous for inventing the Tensabarrier® retractable post, which is now a common fixture in many global queuing environments. Tensator employs over 350 staff within its six offices spanning Milton Keynes England, Bay Shore New York USA, Frankfurt Germany, Paris France, Wroclaw Poland and Dubai UAE.
For more information about Tensator, world-famous for the innovative Tensabarrier® system, please visit www.tensator.com