Crowd control barriers securing retail space at transit hubs

Massive railway station expansions in Sydney and Melbourne have led to
the creation of valuable new retail floor space. This phenomenon can, for
instance, be observed at Wynyard, Central Station, Barrangaroo and the
Northwest Metro Line in Sydney where retail spaces have come up following

Crowd control barriers from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC)
are being used to secure both permanent and pop up retail spaces within transit
hubs at airports, railway stations and hospital storefronts.

ATDC has supplied its crowd control barriers to secure retail spaces at Central Station and Wynyard.
These barriers have also been employed at both Sydney and Melbourne
International and Domestic Airports to secure thousands of square metres of
retail space.

Safe and easy to operate, ATDC’s crowd control barriers have been tested
against the relevant OH&S legislation and are also NATA tested against the
Australian Standards for temporary Fencing and Hoarding.

Key features of ATDC’s crowd control barriers include trackless,
portable and flexible design; modular configuration allowing unlimited width
apertures (at any angle) without the need for any removable mullions; standard
heights; heavy duty non marking thermoplastic bottom castors; and numerous wall
mounted and floor fixed locking options.

ATDC’s crowd control gates 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.

For further information on ATDC’s comprehensive cutting edge crowd
control barriers, please visit ATDC’s website
or contact toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia.

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