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Security firm’s service director becomes vice chairman of ADSA

  • 26 Feb 2018

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Paul Wright, Service Director at dormakaba, who has more than 18 years of experience in the industry, will be named as Vice Chairman of ADSA on May 1st.

ADSA aim is to guarantee its member companies provide supreme levels of safety for pedestrian automatic doors, by promoting the highest standards in automatic doors and actively involved themselves in the formulation of European-wide standards.

Paul currently oversees the day-to-day management in the UK and Ireland at dormakaba, ensuring the company’s sustainable approach to service growth is achieved and delivery performances continue to hit targets.

Paul commented: “My passion and dedication to both our industry and ADSA has grown over the last four years during my time as an Executive Council Member.

“It has been very rewarding to see the association develop every year.”

“I’m incredibly proud to be appointed as Vice Chairman. My commitment to the industry and this association is to ensure we remain focused in all safety and technical aspects, whilst also driving new and exciting education initiatives in the coming years.”

To find out more about ADSA visit https://adsa.org.uk/

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