Teesside branch opens to meet customer demand

New branch for Jackson Fire

Jackson Fire & Security, one of the UK’s leading providers of fire extinguishers, fire alarm and security systems, announces that it is set to open its first branch in the North East.  The branch opening, located in Yarm, is expected to create engineering jobs in the coming months as the company looks to fulfil the demand for its products and services.

 

Jackson Fire & Security has a team of engineers on hand to visit client premises to provide and service fire and security equipment as well as ensure premises comply with legislation and British standards.  The company also offers fire extinguishers, alarms, emergency lighting, access controls and security systems as well as the installation and servicing of all equipment.

 

Steve Jackson, Managing Director of the Jackson Fire & Security, comments: ”We’re a national operator who like to support client businesses at a local level. We’re excited by the opportunity that opening in Teesside presents as it allows us to further extend our reach in the area while bringing new jobs and opportunities as the business grows and serves customers in the region.”

 

Carl Leah, Teesside Branch Manager, comments: “This is a fantastic opportunity to extend our services in the region and to build a team that is on hand to serve customers and deal with maintenance or call-outs across the area.  Early indications are that we’re going to be a busy branch and I am very much looking forward to the opportunity that will present.”

 

All Jackson Fire & Security products and engineers operate to the highest industry standards and accreditations (including the NSI Gold Standard), helping the company secure a good reputation for the high quality of its products and services.

 

Jackson Fire & Security currently employs 40 people across branches in North Wales, North West England, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Cambridgeshire and Surrey.  The company has a proven track record of ‘putting back’ into the communities in which it trades by sponsoring local events and clubs.

For more information, visit www.jacksonfire.co.uk.

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