Bull Products, a manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, is reaping the rewards of success, after an 8% sales growth this year.
Over the last quarter, Bull has seen significant business growth including securing multiple major projects, including Battersea Power Station, Paddington Regeneration Scheme and 1 Palace Street, London’s most prestigious residential development next door to Buckingham Palace.
As part of its growth strategy and to meet customer and market demand, Bull is currently upgrading its Cygnus Wireless Alarm System. The system will have lots of new features and added functionality, improved battery life, better configuration software and a combined smoke and heat detector.
Plus, Bull has also recently launched a brand-new website, offering customers further insight and guidance with a resources section, a central hub that provides managers with full access to a range of literature, legislations, user manuals and training tests. It also features a dedicated markets section, which details out how its range of products can benefit the key markets that its customers and distributors operate in.
Bull has also extended its range of downloadable material which now includes policy documents and its new releases brochure which features its latest products which are smarter, technologically advanced and adaptable, including the Cygnus ExclusionZone Alarm and the House Builders Fire Point Packages.
Bradley Markham, Director at Bull Products, comments: “Our investment into product innovation and excellent customer experience are instrumental to our growth. With even more product innovations to come, we are looking forward to seeing what the rest of the year holds and working with our customers to provide the best possible fire safety solutions.”
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