Soft skin CIT-vehicle with innovative IBNS
technology from Petersen-Bach. No armour – just intelligent protection of the CIT-driver and the cash.
Soft skin vehicles are the right choice for safe, cost efficient, durable and environmen-tally sound cash transit solutions. Based on our extensive know-how we tailor soft skin CIT vehicles to our clients, offering the highest levels of mechanical and electronic security, setting the standards in intelligent soft skin cash-in-transit vehicles
Utilizing Petersen-Bach’s state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques and production processes, our tailormade solutions include monitoring, tracking and alarm systems as well as relevant, versatile IBNS-based security products for transferring cash between vehicle and customer. And our solutions can to be fitted into both cars, vans and trucks.
With a Petersen-Bach CIT vehicle, you can serve large numbers of customers – easily and securely!
Protecting what's truly valuable
At Petersen-Bach, we believe that the most valuable thing
we can protect, is life.
That's why people come first - in everything we do.
For more than 40 years Petersen-Bach has assisted banking institutions and CIT transporters all over the world with solutions that secure cash as well as human lives. With a unique knowledge of business alongside with the industry's toughest demands for security level, operational reliability, user-friendliness, ergonomics and environmental concerns we tailor the world's most efficient solutions for protection of valuables to our customers.
Our solutions protect people - not the opposite
Our highest priority is always the safety of the employee. We know that weapons and armour do not frighten determined people, and we don't believe in escalating conflicts. Therefore all our products are based on the IBNS principles and intelligent tracking. In this way not only do we prevent valuables from falling into the wrong hands, we also track them with exact precision, and most importantly, we avoid putting the employees life at risk.
That's the Petersen-Bach way.
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