Advanced growth drives recruitment following increased demand

  • 2 Jun 2016

Advanced has completed a major recruitment drive to grow its workforce by over 10% to boost the firm’s manufacturing capacity and add talent to its international marketing and UK and US engineering department. 

Advanced’s Managing Director, Ray Hope (pictured above), commented: “We have continually invested in fire systems that lead the market in terms of quality, performance and ease-of-use and are experiencing very positive growth. 

We now have bases, partners and customers in over 60 countries worldwide and while we’ve consistently grown, some of our new product innovations are driving demand in key markets and developing new opportunities that we need to build on and support. 

It’s been an amazing couple of years with our systems installed in some of the most famous and challenging developments in the world. I’d like to thank everyone at Advanced for their hard work and welcome our new starters. We have some major projects ahead in key markets and the emphasis is on maintaining and building momentum.”

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