Gallagher announces new European headquarters

New Zealand Security Magazine - Update

Gallagher new Europe headquarters
Development of Gallagher's new Europe headquarters set to begin in September 2020. Image supplied.

Security manufacturer Gallagher has announced the development of its new European headquarters in Warwick, United Kingdom. The 1,500 square metre office, with on site café, will allow Gallagher to host prospective clients, hold events, and support Channel Partners and customers with meeting, conference, and training facilities.

The development also includes a 670 sqm warehouse, with land available for future expansions.

“We’re very excited to announce this new facility for our UK and Europe operations,” said Richard Huison, Regional Manager for the UK and Europe. “We’ve experienced rapid growth over recent years and have fast outgrown our current premises. This new facility will enable us to showcase our exceptional security solutions while providing outstanding support for our Channel Partners and customers.”

Gallagher has invested in the development of solutions that comply with UK access control, perimeter intrusion detection, cybersecurity, and high security standards. The company’s UK-certified high security solutions build on Gallagher’s government-approved solutions for the U.S., Australian, and New Zealand markets.

Mark Junge, Global General Manager for Security, said, “Gallagher aims to be the security solution of choice for countries in the Five Eyes alliance. With discussions already underway with several UK government agencies, this new facility provides the ideal base to support our extensive growth plans for the region.”

Gallagher’s European headquarters will be located in Tournament Fields business park. Development is set to begin in September 2020, with the team aiming to occupy the building in mid-2021.

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