PERIMETER SECURITY solutions manufacturer Gallagher has been celebrating the official opening of its new European headquarters in Warwick. Mark Junge, the company’s global general manager for security, travelled all the way from Gallagher’s Head Office in New Zealand to cut the ribbon at the facility, which is located within the Tournament Fields Business Park. Gallagher’s European team members were in attendance.
An informal networking afternoon followed on from the ribbon-cutting ceremony, with tours of the 1,500 m2 site for Gallagher’s channel partners and customers alike ahead of evening celebrations that were hosted on site complete with drinks, dinner and entertainment.
“It has been our absolute pleasure to officially welcome our valued partners, customers and colleagues to our new headquarters,” explained Richard Huison, Gallagher’s regional general manager for the UK and Europe. “We’re incredibly proud of our new building and excited for the opportunities it presents to showcase our world-class security solutions, while further supporting our network of channel partners and customers across the UK and Europe.”
Sir William Gallagher, president and executive director of the business, welcomed guests remotely via video. “My father, Bill Gallagher Senior, started this company over 80 years ago and it’s with great pride that we have seen it grow to the global technology company it is today. The official opening of our new European headquarters is a testament to the hard work and outstanding achievements of our team and the strong relationships they hold with our partners and customers.”
Gallagher’s new European headquarters includes a 670 m2 warehouse, an on-site café, meeting, conference and training facilities and an experience space that allows visitors to immerse themselves in the Gallagher story and acquaint themselves with the company’s perimeter security solutions first-hand.
*Further information concerning the Gallagher portfolio of security solutions is available online at www.security.gallagher.com/en-GB