Our First Day Back

Our first day back was a great one. The team at Bull Products met up at the Celtic Manor Convention Centre in Newport for a company presentation which revealed the targets and plans for 2017 and the near future. This was followed by a very inspiring speech by key-note Speaker Mandy Hickson. Mandy was one of the first female pilots on her frontline Tornado GR4 squadron. Learning quickly about our company and culture she interwove this with her experience and advice making her speech totally relevant to our company which we could relate to making the experience very interesting and stimulating.

We then moved on to the annual company awards which Mrs Hickson presented. After a superb lunch, we rounded off the day with laser quest; a tournament which included 8 teams and caused a lot of sweat and excitement.

This was a very enthusing first day back and the team are now buzzed up and set for whatever 2017 brings.

We will continue to provide the same great products with our renowned great service, we’ll help you go through 2017 with the knowledge that your site or premises is fire safety compliant, has all the fire equipment you require and that you have secured the safety of your workforce.

The Cygnus Alarm system remains to be the best wireless fire alarm system on the market for construction sites; and because of its adaptability the system can be modified to suit various specific requirements. Whether your requirement is long distances, underground areas or includes turnstiles, you name it Cygnus can do it.

We hope everyone had a great new year and we look forward to working with you in 2017.

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