BULL BOOSTS PRESENCE OVERSEAS WITH FACTORY REBUILD
We are excited to announce our Cygnus alarm system is protecting the rebuild of a fish factory in Faroe Islands.
In 2017, the fish factory in Tvøroyri suffered from a large fire which left 150 people temporarily out of work, reducing ship traffic at the port. Eight months on, the new foundations of the building are being built, with fire alarm systems playing an even crucial role in the rebuild.
Working alongside contractors, Leif Mohr, we have supplied Cygnus fire call points and heat detectors, which will provide protection for workers and the new building until works are completed later on this year.
Magni Johannesen, sales co-ordinator at Leif Mohr, states:“We are very pleased with how the Cygnus alarm system is performing on site so far. Due to the fish factory suffering from a major fire, fire protection is even more important during the rebuild and we are confident that the site will be protected to the highest standards thanks to Cygnus.”
Bradley Markham, director at Bull Products, adds: “Fire protection is one of the most crucial elements during any construction project and it is vital that fire alarm systems are in place to protect workers and a site. In an emergency, the Cygnus alarm system quickly alerts workers of the dangers ensuring their safety remains number one priority. We’re delighted to be working alongside Leif Mohr and safeguarding all areas of the building.”
To find out more, call our team on 01432 806 806.
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