Lexington, NC, August 6, 2015 (Newswire) – Point Security is pleased to announce the launch of its newly designed, responsive website which showcases their extensive line of new and refurbished x-ray machines, walk-through/handheld metal detectors, and explosive and narcotics trace detection equipment. The new website offers a vast array of the latest product offerings, services and company reviews to put customers at ease when shopping for the right security solution. 

The freshly launched website provides a user-friendly experience, with easy-to-maneuver navigation through Point Security, Inc.’s vast range of security screening products. Point Security, Inc. is also expanding their line of accessories, training/testing aides and support equipment for all screening equipment requirements.

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newly designed website,” said Brian Holland, President of Point Security, Inc. “We believe users will now have a much more user-friendly experience, while searching for the most up-to-date equipment and solutions for their short- and long-term rentals, non-destructive testing, and equipment leasing needs.”

Point Security, Inc. also has experienced field service technicians that have the ability to perform routine maintenance and emergency repairs on most brands of equipment. Doing so in a professional, cost-effective manner will reduce downtime and keep facilities secure.

About Point Security, Inc.

Point Security, Inc. is a certified small business with over 25 years of experience providing sales and service of security screening equipment throughout the U.S. and Caribbean. Our company has expanded exponentially from its beginnings in airport check point equipment servicing. Today, we primarily provide a variety of equipment, service capabilities and technical support for security screening at governmental institutions, and are recognized as a leader in this field of work.

For more information, please visit PointSecurityInc.com or call 800-476-1607.

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