Ken Bullock has been appointed new sales manager for Global fire systems leader Advanced, for south east England.
Ken is well known in the UK fire industry and a specialist in wireless fire systems and will develop and maintain Advanced’s customer base across the region, working closely with its existing regional sales managers and business development team.
Ken commented that he is delighted to be joining Advanced after knowing and working with its team for many years and few people in the industry can argue with the company’s leading position.
Advanced’s McPro range is ahead of the competition in terms of performance, quality and ease-of-use. The challenge for the company is to maintain the strong growth while not forgetting the small jobs where installers simply want the easiest and most cost effective installation, commissioning and maintenance.
Advanced’s sales director, Ian Thompson described it as a pleasure to welcome Ken to the team with his wealth of knowledge and in-depth industry experience.
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