Thursday, June 5, 2014

News: Pyronix appoint new director


Award-winning Rotherham-based security experts, Pyronix, has made an appointment to its board of directors - Paul Ramsay, who has joined the company as an international sales director.

Based in Hellaby, Pyronix manufactures an extensive range of electronic security equipment for intruder alarms. Exporting to over 65 countries worldwide, Paul will further develop the Europe, the Middle East and Africa and other international markets outside of Poland, Russia and Italy - these three European markets are to be managed by Valeri Filianov.

Paul was previously at Norbain, the electronic security distributor, as their divisional director of export sales. During his eleven years at Norbain, international sales grew significantly with expansion into the Middle East with offices in the UAE and Saudi.

Prior to joining Norbain, Paul has worked in the manufacturing industry for several companies including a business that was successfully acquired during his tenure by Tyco Electronics. During this time he progressed from a UK sales role to director of Asian sales and East Coast regional manager where he relocated to the USA.

He has been the recipient of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) chairman's award for his contribution to export and is an active liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals.
On Paul's appointment, Julie Kenny CBE DL, chair and chief executive of Pyronix, said: "Paul's experience in the industry is second to none. The posts he has been in at Norbain and Tyco see him perfectly placed to complement the skills we have in our export department. I wish Paul every success and I am confident that he will bring with him some great knowledge and leadership, allowing us to further expand our export activities."

Right from the start, there was keen focus at Pyronix on innovation and quality that enabled the company to obtain an initial toehold in the market place. The firm has grown 15% every year since 2010 and is now on course to top £20m of annual sales by the end of 2014, 50% of which is in international markets.

Pyronix website

Images: Pyronix


Unknown March 10, 2015 at 5:09 AM  

I heard that he left Pyronix before the year end 2014. Do you know why he left his position so early?

Anonymous,  June 16, 2021 at 8:57 PM  

I am not sure how they link Paul to success

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