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Groundbreaking Train Factory to be Protected by Advanced

Hitachi Rail Europe has specified industry-leading MxPro multiprotocol fire panels from Advanced to protect its new UK manufacturing facility in County Durham, the first brand new rail vehicle manufacturing facility to be built in the UK for over 100 years.

 

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Leading London Property Firm Selects Advanced

One of London’s most high-profile commercial property management companies has selected fire systems from Advanced to protect its landmark buildings as part of a multi-million pound investment programme. 

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Advanced Expertise Featured in Detector Choice

Advanced's Richard Hitchman, MD of our Australian partner Fusion Advanced, recently featured in an industry article on detection choice.

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Advanced Fire Panels Protect the Eighth Wonder of the World

Hagia Sophia, built in Constantinople almost 1,500 years ago and a landmark of global importance has been protected with an Advanced fire system.

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New Appointment to US Sales Team

Advanced has boosted its team in the U.S. with the appointment of Gene LaValle as Regional Sales Manager for the Mid-Western territory.

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Advanced Protection for Irreplaceable Art Collection

The National Galleries of Scotland has selected industry-leading MxPro 5 fire panels from Advanced to protect all of its properties, including three major galleries holding priceless collections.

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Advanced Protection for Key Sudanese Pipeline

Intelligent fire systems leader, Advanced has been selected to protect critical infrastructure along a 1,600km Sudanese oil pipeline.

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Leading School Selects Advanced for Fire Alarms and Paging

A leading UK girls’ school has selected multiprotocol fire panels linked to a high performance radio paging system from Advanced, to ensure the safety of pupils and DDA/Equality Act compliance.

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