Ipswich: 3M distributor deal for library security firm PSP Asset Protection

Nick Hunt, managing director of PSP, right, with Steve Daniels, account manager for 3M Library Syste

Nick Hunt, managing director of PSP, right, with Steve Daniels, account manager for 3M Library Systems, left, and Wayne Pallant, business development manager at PSP, standing - Credit: Archant

LIBRARY security and asset tracking specialist PSP Asset Protection has formalised a distributor agreement with the library systems division of diversified technology group 3M.

Ipswich-based PSP will now work with 3M, which has been supplying library systems for more than 40 years, in meeting the needs of school and college libraries which are increasingly investing in self-service and stock management technology.

PSP said both existing and new customers would benefit, with the firm now able to supply 3M products providing greater efficiency and ease of use for both librarians and library users.

Nick Hunt, managing director, said: “At PSP Asset Protection our goal is to offer the very best products available. Having worked alongside and, at times, in direct competition with 3M over the past three decades we are incredibly excited about the opportunities this distributor agreement will create. It means we can now offer our customers the latest 3M technology to make their libraries more efficient and user friendly.”

Samantha Graham of 3M added: “At 3M we pride ourselves on developing innovative solutions for libraries. 3M recognises the depth of knowledge and expertise of the PSP Asset Protection team and is very happy to work with PSP to help make school and college libraries an even better experience for users.”

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