Global architectural revolving door and entrance security specialist Boon Edam has strengthened its NSW service and installation team, and enhanced its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) service offering in Australia, with the new appointment of electrical engineer, Kaleem Faisal.
Faisal has extensive electrical engineering experience and expertise spanning almost a decade, including working with the United Kingdom’s leading and largest telematics company.
“I’m impressed with Boon Edam’s customer-focused approach, including tailoring solutions to their exact requirements and I look forward to contributing to its continued success in Australia,” says Faisal.
Boon Edam visits, audits and reports on the condition of any revolving door or security door, without fee, to help companies remain compliant with the Australian Standard AS: 5007.
Operating in 27 countries, Boon Edam is a global supplier to some of the world’s biggest companies and multinational groups, as well as public and private agencies. Boon Edam’s global clients include dozens of Fortune 500 companies.
“I am looking forward to developing my skills with Boon Edam. I want to explore services and installation training opportunities and also learn the finer intricacies of Boon Edam’s technologies, so that I can contribute to the company as a team leader,” says Faisal.
“Boon Edam works on projects with the world’s biggest public and private companies, and this provides me with an invaluable opportunity to further develop my skills while working with globally recognised company names,” he says.
Managing director of Boon Edam Australia, Michael Fisher, says the appointment is a further step in expanding Boon Edam’s service offering nation-wide.
“Kaleem’s electrical engineering experience makes him ideally suited to this role and his enthusiasm and willingness to learn and improve will make him a valuable member of the Boon Edam team,” says Fisher.
Faisal will work alongside Boon Edam’s nationally recognised service and installation team, led by national technical manager John Powell.
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