Chris Hazelby, new fire detection products Sales Director

Fire detection products company expands its team

  • 4 Dec 2015

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Specialist fire detection products company, FFE, has appointed Chris Hazelby as its new Sales Director, with hopes of expanding its operations.

The company, which is currently implementing a plan for growth, appointed Chris to manage its field based sales personnel and their daily activities.

He will also be working closely with important customers to identify and generate new business opportunities.

Chris hopes to encourage FFE’s customers and business partners to take advantage of the company’s market knowledge and expertise.

Fire detection industry experience

Chris has previously held a number of senior sales positions in measurement, detection and control equipment; he has joined FFE from Atlas MTT, where he worked as Managing Director.

Prior to joining Atlas, he was Export Manager for Crowcon Detection Instruments, another Halma company.

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