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A 100 million Euro acquisition for approximately 93 million Euro sales and 600 employees, the largest of FAAC history. With this transaction FAAC boosts its technological, product know-how and development plans and becomes one of the main players of the APD industry in Europe. FAAC is pleased to announce today that it has signed a binding […]
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Is it possible to open and close a door without using your hands? Is it possible to enter a pharmacy, shop or company premises without touching the door? In short, is it possible to live and reopen safely? With FAAC you can. And you must. Previous Next We already have many solutions available that meet […]
We are all committed to reopening safely in this phase following the health emergency. After having experienced new ways of living, relating to one another, traveling and working, for most of us it is now a question of leaving our house and returning to normal as soon as possible. This will be a process in […]
In the last few months the world has changed, so to stay healthy and safe we will need to adopt new methods to help not spread the virus. For this reason, FAAC Australia introduces you to our new Touchless Door Button, because now touchless matters most.
Powered by ingenuity and invention, the Security Exhibition & Conference showcases the latest technology andPowered by ingenuity and invention, the Security Exhibition & Conference showcases the latest technology and cutting edge thinking. From physical and electronic solutions, to biometrics and cyber security; Australia’s largest security event offers three days of business networking and intelligence sharing. […]
Sixteen anti-terrorist FAAC M30 bollards were installed on the Esplanade in Surfers Paradise All that stands in between an out-of-control vehicle and pedestrians. Read the news!