FAM International Announces Security Licensing in the State of Texas
Company To Significantly Expand Security Services With New License
April 1, 2015 – FAM International, a leading international security solutions company today announced it has received security licensing in the State of Texas to provide expanded investigative services, security consultants throughout the state.
With its new licensing, FAM International will be focusing on providing cross border security to an array of business verticals. Additionally, this new licensing will support and continue to fuel the expansion and primary focus on the Oil and Gas industries.
The U.S. Border Patrol reported in the last two years there have been over 50 kidnappings of U.S. citizens along the Texas / Mexico border, of which only a few have been released. As many corporations continue to have manufacturing plants in Mexico and travel daily across the border the need for the employee’s safety grows.
“We are excited to continue to expand our services and expertise into Texas”, said Brian Leek, CEO FAM International. “Many of FAM’s clients are impacted by the fact that Texas and Mexico share a border, therefore, creating additional security needs for FAM’s services in the market”, added Leek.
FAM International team of Analysts, Agents and management personnel are accustomed to meeting the needs of even the most demanding clientele, and are trained in relationship management, team-building, etiquette, cultural mores, sensitivity, and customer services to ensure smooth relations with clients at all times.
To learn more about FAM International visit www.faminternational.com or call 888-326-0070.
About FAM International
Since 1997, multinational corporations, governments, and at-risk individuals have called on FAM International Security for specialized security solutions. FAM provides services for over 45 of the US Fortune 100 Companies and industry leading multinational companies from Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Europe.
FAM has supported projects in over 116 countries, many in high threat regions of the world including Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Central and South America, and Eastern Europe.