ATDC’s extendable barriers providing access control at Drummond Golf stores

The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has been engaged by Drummond
Golf to install extendable barriers at several of their retail stores across
Australia. Drummond Golf is the largest golf retailer in Australia with over 50
owner operated stores across the country.

ATDC’s extendable barriers are being installed at various Drummond Golf
stores, especially in locations that house Drummond’s Big Swing Golf simulators.
These simulators are a great add-on to Drummond Golf’s business as these allow
the company to expand beyond the boundaries of strictly retail trade and permit
their customers to hold events and social functions, all based around
simulating the great social game of golf in air-conditioned and licensed
premises. These facilities also host golf coaching clinics, which can also be conducted
out of hours.

By installing ATDC’s flexible extendable barriers, Drummond is able to protect
their retail stock when the business is closed, while their golf simulator and
event business is open and functioning out of hours.

In addition to serving as an excellent loss prevention tool, ATDC’s extendable barriers are strategically placed in convenient areas of the premises to guide
the path of travel (ingress and exit) of their out-of-hours customers, thereby controlling

Key features of ATDC’s extendable barriers include trackless, portable and mobile design; ability to span
unlimited width apertures; standard heights of 2020mm or 2520mm; heavy duty non
marking thermoplastic bottom castors for smooth movement; and numerous wall
mounted and floor fixed locking options.

ATDC’s barriers are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth
and Canberra as well as in all regional towns across the country including
Newcastle, Geelong, Townsville, and Sunshine and Gold Coast regions. In
addition they are also exported throughout the Asia Pacific, South East Asia, the
Pacific Islands and the UAE. 

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