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Securing Johor Homes: Yury Tech Solutions, Your Trusted CCTV and Home Alarm System Provider

Posted By: Jack3

Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2023

Price: Best Offer

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Yury Tech Solutions stands at the forefront of Johor Bahru, Malaysia, as the foremost importer, wholesaler, and supplier of CCTV and Security Systems. We specialize in professional CCTV installations, home security solutions, and alarm systems, serving as the trusted security system provider in Skudai and Johor Bahru (JB).


As industry leaders, we are committed to delivering cutting-edge technologies and integrated solutions customized to our clients' requirements. Our pride lies in our partnerships with globally recognized brands like Hikvision, Samsung Techwin, Panasonic, AVTECH, ADV, and more.


Explore our extensive range of top-quality CCTV and security products on our website at https://www.cctvjb.co/. Additionally, discover the details of our expert installation services tailored to address your security needs in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.



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