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British no longer willing to queue

This week the Telegraph reported that “two fifths of us refuse to queue for longer than two minutes and 51 per cent of shoppers refuse to enter a store if they spy a queue”. These research findings, complied by a survey undertaken for Barclays and Barclaycard, could be seen as bad news for retailers as […]

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Introducing Tensator’s Access Control Solutions

Tensator has recently launched a range of Access Control Solutions perfect for demarcating entrance and exit routes, and condoning off non-access areas in retail environments, leisure centres and corporate buildings. The cost-effective portfolio consists of a range of intelligent Access Gates; from Automatic Gates to Mechanical Gates and a sleek and sturdy Fixed Rail System, […]

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Tensator is flying high in the news again!

Tensator receives world coverage as the BBC gets exclusive access to the world’s most advanced fighter jet, the Joint Strike Fighter or F-35. As the F-35 takes centre stage in the BBC News video, Tensator’s Yellow Heavy Duty Posts can be clearly spotted creating a safety zone around the fighter jet. The Tensabarrier® posts have […]

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Introducing Tensator’s eQ™ SLQ1000

Are you a small convenience shop, fast food outlet or local post office? Are you looking for a way to effectively speed queue flow and reduce customer waiting times? If you are after an out of the box electronic queuing solution then Tensator’s eQ™ SLQ1000 is the product for you. Based on existing Tensator electronic […]

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Tensator Support Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day – Saturday 26th June 2010

Saturday 26 June 2010 marks Armed Forces Day, an annual opportunity for the nation to “Show Support” for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops to Service families; and from veterans to cadets. Across the country people are getting involved: communities are holding local events and businesses […]

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World Cup Crowd Control

The World Cup kicked off nearly a week ago, ensuring safe and effective crowd control is still very much at the forefront of the minds of FIFA officials. “We are working tirelessly to ensure this is one of the best tournaments that FIFA has hosted. We want people to come and enjoy themselves, secure in […]

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Fans queued overnight for launch of Apple’s iPad

Excitable shoppers across the world queued for hours to be the first owners of Apple’s newest gadget, the iPad last week. Long queues of customers snaked also outside Apple shops in Australia and Japan hours before the opening and similar huddled masses of gadget lovers turned out at stores in six European countries including Britain […]

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Tensator’s Tensabarrier® Hits The Big Screen Again!

Tensator’s Stowaway post has been spotted in the newly released Iron Man 2 blockbuster! The compact and lightweight stowaway post features in the film at a crucial part when the CEO of Hammer, the company competing with Stark, takes Mikey Rourke (Ivan Vanko in the film) to his high tech, futuristic factory after getting him […]

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Introducing Tensator’s Fixed Rail System

Tensator’s Fixed Rail System is a modular railing system which allows you to vary the number and lengths of rails and post types according to your design requirements. Ideal for demarcating areas alongside entrance gates, cordoning off non-accessible areas, creating a fixed sleek single line queue barrier or creating an indoor trolley park to safely […]

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Tensator Exhibit at Airport Show Dubai

Tensator will be exhibiting a range of innovative products at the Airport Show 2010 from 25-27 April that help to improve passenger flow and increase operational efficiencies and profitability. Visitors to CC23 can find out how Tensator has helped airports and airlines, such as Abu Dhabi International and Etihad Airways make sure passengers safely take […]

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Tensator invite you to visit Stand 3211, Hall 11 at Passenger Terminal Expo

Come and visit Tensator on Stand 3211 in Hall 11 at Passenger Terminal Expo, the world’s leading passenger terminal exhibition, from 23rd -25th March 2010, in Brussels, Belgium, where we will be showcasing a number of our best-sellers, alongside some of our latest products for the aviation industry. Taking centre stage on our stand is […]

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Visit Lawrence at GlobalShop 2010

GlobalShop 2010 is now fast approaching and plans are firmly in place for the Lawrence Metal Products Inc (part of the Tensator Group) exhibition stand at GlobalShop in Las Vegas. If you’re based in America or are planning to visit GlobalShop, pop by the Lawrence booth to discover our latest technology products and let us […]

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Queue Etiquette

This week the Telegraph published guide to queuing correctly. Jo Bryant, etiquette adviser for Debrett’s, advised readers of how to queue correctly, avoiding queue jumping and the unspoken order of even disorganised queues. These are all great tips to keep in mind, but queuing can be made even easier and stress-free for waiting customers by […]

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Queue Rage

Recent research shows that British Shoppers spent 155 days of their lives queuing while on shopping trips!   GMTV reported 47% of Brit have suffered “queue rage” while 21%  have admitted storming out of a shop after queuing for 3 minutes or less, demonstrating that the British public really due vote with their feet.   […]

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The Tensabarrier Appears In Adverts!

Over recent months Tensator’s Tensabarrier posts have been staring in films & TV programmes, featuring in tabloid photos and blogged about by the BBC’s Jake Humphrey. But now the post has another genre under its “webbing” belt – TV Adverts! Virgin’s celebratory 25th anniversary advert put a selection of Tensabarrier posts in the spotlight at […]

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Sainsbury’s moves into sandwich shops with launch of Fresh Kitchen

Sainsbury’s have announced their move into the restaurant game with the launch of Fresh Kitchen, a new canteen-style cafe, selling sandwiches, snacks and hot food such as bacon rolls, cottage pie and soup. The new store, located on London’s Fleet Street, features on-the-go food which is housed in chillers around the store with additional impulse […]

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Tensator Feature in A1 Retail Magazine

For expert queuing advice, check out Tensator’s contribution in the queue management article, in the January edition of A1 Retail Magazine! For tailored advice on your store or outlet, please call us on +44 (0) 1908 684600.

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Retail Installations are filling up in 2010

Great news for Tensator – our installation teams are almost fully booked for retail installations throughout January, with numerous chains turning to Tensator for queue management advice. From high fashion retailers, to supermarkets, fast food chains, toy stores and electrical outlets; Tensator are leading the way in crowd control and queue management. Helping retailers to […]

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Manage the January Sales with Crowd Control Solutions from Tensator

As the January sales are in full swing, shoppers are hunting for bargains and in some cases fighting for the best deals! Even with a bargain in sight, customers get frustrated and agitated by long queues and poorly designed store layouts. If shoppers are made to wait in confusing and unorganised queues, they will become […]

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Shoplifting soars as a result of the recession

The recently published “Global Retail Theft Barometer 2009” suggests that retail theft is on the rise, with the total value of stolen goods increasing by 20% to £4.88 billion in the year to June 2009. Employee theft account for 36.4% , with an average loss of a staggering £1,595.66, compared to £80.31 for external thefts. […]

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