Security expert Abloy UK‘s four new recruits are set to boost its team, assisting with increased demand for Abloy products and guaranteeing supreme customer service throughout the business.
Michael Clarke-Booth has been appointed as Product Support Engineer; the qualified Architectural Ironmonger boasts 27 years experience in the Locksmiths market sector.
He will be supporting product specification and utilisation across the UK and Irish marketplace.
Robin Norton is Abloy’s new CLIQ® Product Support Team member, and will be supporting new product ranges including eCLIQ® and CLIQ® Go.
This expansion of the team from three to four reflects and enhances the company’s investment in future technology.
Kay Boyle becomes Product Manager for Key Systems; the appointment of this qualified Architectural Ironmonger with a wealth of market experience with both mechanical and electrical products reaffirms Abloy’s commitment to maintaining its position in the high-security mechanical locking market sector.
Curtis Harvey has been appointed as Marketing Executive, having previously completed an undergraduate placement in a similar role.
This moves makes sure extra resource is in place to support the company’s growing business and Authorised and Approved partners.
The image shows, from left to right; Kay Boyle, Curtis Harvey, Michael Clarke-Booth, Robin Norton.
Aaron Yule, MD of Abloy UK, commented: “As technology and innovation drive our products to become more complex, we need to ensure that our customer and product support teams embrace change to provide the level of service that our customers deserve and demand.
“In a changing world and evolving marketplace Abloy continually strives to provide the best products, solutions and support for end-user customers.
“We are delighted to welcome these new members to the team and look forward to the additional resource and business opportunities that this will create.”
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