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Tecserv becomes systems partner for Global Fire & Equipment UK

Continuing our ever-expanding portfolio of distributor agreements, Tecserv UK is delighted to announce that we have been appointed as a systems partner for Global Fire & Equipment UK.

Global Fire Equipment (GFE) is a European-based manufacturer of high-quality, competitively-priced fire safety systems. GFE designs, manufactures and exports a complete range of reliable and affordable fire detection systems and solutions.

This agreement means that we can install, maintain and repair their systems and can access technical support of their UK team based in Havant, Hampshire.

The advantages of being a systems partner include being listed as a systems integrator on the GFE website, access to regular training and technical updates on their systems and preferential rates on equipment.

Commenting, Sales Director Colin Milligan said, “We are delighted to have become a UK partner and look forward to helping to provide businesses that have GFE systems and products installed within their commercial premises with maintenance support by our team of fully qualified service engineers.”

Building on a long-standing reputation for excellence in the field of fire alarm control panels, GFE has achieved remarkable organic growth both in turnover and customer numbers since the company was founded in Denmark in 1994 by João Paulo Ajami.

Today, thanks to a network of partners, GFE is a truly global player, supplying customers across more than 90 countries with state-of-the-art products and systems. GFE equipment is installed in a myriad of buildings and prestigious premises worldwide.


Colin Milligan

Colin joined Tecserv UK Ltd in 2010. He has been in the fire and security industry for 30 years + and in that time has held a number of senior positions. His experience helps to bring focus and growth to our sales and marketing strategy by being objective driven and KPI measured.

Posted on: 14 January 2022
Last updated: 14 March 2022
Posted in: Fire Systems, News
Author: Colin Milligan