Monday, January 11, 2010

Dutch Security Services Extremely Poor


Several Dutch security companies have confirmed that they can only offer extremely poor services in view of the low pay they receive. René Westerman, director of the Limburg Beveiliging company, says that the problem is not limited to Schiphol Amsterdam airport (where a Nigerian terrorist recently passed unchecked through the screening) but includes security services nationwide. The fees paid are so low that one cannot provide adequate service. There is no way a company can win a tender and supply what it promises. He added that “the clients want a Mercedes for the price of a small car.”
www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/5695135/__Beveiliging_gedegradeerd__.html?p=17,1

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