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HomeSecurityAlarm SystemsNicolas Morel Leads FSH Into Future of Electro-Mechanical Security & Safety

Nicolas Morel Leads FSH Into Future of Electro-Mechanical Security & Safety

FSH, part of the Allegion family of brands, has welcomed Nicolas Morel to lead the future development of the FSH product portfolio and brand in an increasingly changing and dynamic market in the role of national electro-mechanical sales manager.

“With the challenges of 2020, there is an ever-increasing focus on innovative ways to protect people, property and information,” said Morel. “Our strong local product development and support team, with access to Allegion’s global knowledge and research, means the future for our FSH brand and product range is exciting.

“Known throughout Australia for its innovation, quality and expertise, the FSH local team has developed innovative products such as the patented FSS1 High Security Door Monitoring Sensors and FES112 High Security Electric Custodial Strikes. This team, in conjunction with Allegion thought leaders around the world, is continuing to develop secure and innovative solutions to meet security challenges today and in the future.

“We know the security needs of tomorrow will not be the same as today,” Morel said. “Our focus right now is to ensure we invest in a portfolio of products that reflects FSH’s heritage of market-leading technology.”

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