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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT/ SALES MANAGER
We are looking for a Sales Manager to be responsible for the development and performance of all sales activities predominantly for end-to-end security and ambulance vehicles solutions. Responsibilities:
Field based Home Office; the Sales Managers duties will cover Clients in the given Region and required to travel to meet with International Clients when necessary as well as regular trip to the UK.
You will attend trade fairs, conferences and exhibitions.
Full time position
Car and Petrol Allowance Schemes
If you are interested in a Career with Four Dimension Industries Group please send you CV to:
JSL Preparing for Security Essen 2012
We would like to invite you to visit us in Hall 6, Stand 520, where you can meet our friendly staff, find out more about our products and see one of our vehicles up close.
If you would like to arrange a meeting with Johnson Security at the show or find out more about our presence at Security Essen 2012, please contact:
Download the announcement straight from our website.
UK’s First Natural Gas Cash-in-Transit Vehicles
Johnson Security provide end-to-end cash management solutions to UK councils. Our systems are predominantly used in the collection of cash from car parks and vending machines as well as rent and rates, and additionally for the secure transport of valuable documents.
In early 2010 Johnson Security was successfully awarded a contract to produce two armoured vehicles for Camden Council. These vehicles were based on Mercedes Sprinter 316 NGT, supplied by Rygor Commercials. This new Sprinter uses Natural Gas as fuel, resulting in lower emissions and harmful pollutants.
Johnson Security is the first specialist vehicle converter in the UK to use this environmentally friendly version of the Sprinter. During the build process we were tasked with converting these vehicles for use in cash-in-transit operations, the conversion being more difficult than that of a standard Diesel Sprinter.
There were specific challenges related to this conversion, one notable case being the position of the three NGT tanks.
During 2009 Camden Council carried out trials of Biomethane and Natural Gas vehicles as part of their street cleaning vehicle fleet. The success of this trial has accelerated Camden Councils efforts to introduce hybrid vehicles into their entire fleet. As a result, they are now setting an example for all UK councils with a ‘Green’ fleet of over 260 vehicles, including electric, hybrid, Biomethane and LPG vehicles.
Camden has installed a bio-methane refueling station at one of its key transport deports where the fuel is being produced from landfill gas (methane), released during the decomposition of organic waste. The landfill gas is upgraded to liquid bio-methane, which can be used in vehicles run on compressed or liquid natural gas.
This was an exciting opportunity for Johnson Security, providing us the chance to apply our 43 years of experience and skill in secure vehicle conversions to a new generation of vehicles, and we look forward to undertaking similar work in the near future.
For more information on Camden's efforts to go green you can visit their website.
JSL Exhibits At Security Essen 2010
In early October Johnson Security travelled to Germany to exhibit at Security Essen 2010, one of the worlds leading security exhibitions. The show takes place every 2 years in the Germany town of Essen and brings together leading companies from around the global security industry. We were proud to take part in such an important event.
JSL Sales Team: Andy Brooks, Morgan Clissett, Steve Reeves and Stephen Phillips
Four members of JSL staff were joined by a colleague from our German sister company, ambulance builders KFB-Extramobile, as well as a colleague from our parent company, FDJI based in Beijing. The team worked together to help promote Johnson Security and our products, and to continue our expansion into new markets.
Our stand featured a variety of building and vehicle products such as Rotary Transfer Hatches, Drop Safes and Lockers, as well as a demonstrator of our C2:10 Ballistic Cash-in-Transit Body, which travel from China to be on display at the show.
The C2:10 is a new concept in the CIT industry and proved extremely popular amongst visitor and exhibitors alike.
Over the course of the 4-day show we met with existing customers to discuss new opportunities, and also came away with a variety of exciting new leads from throughout the global security industry. The show was a great success for Johnsons and we look forward to returning in the future.
7th-8th September 2010 - NAPFM Exhibition
NAPFM is an annual emergency service fleet event that brings together companies supplying all emergency services. This years event was held at the Exec Exhibition Centre in Peterborough, and Johnson Security were proud to have a place at this years show.
We were joined by our sister company KFB-Extramobile GmbH, to demonstrate our capabilities and product offering for the emergency service market, including a new ambulance demonstrator based on the Renault Master (pictured below) and a BMW F800ST motorcycle provided courtesy of BMW Authorities.
Attending the show was a successful step in our efforts to expand into new markets and broaden our product range and we look forward to building on the success of the event.
If you would like to find out more about Johnson Security’s product offering for the emergency services, we would invite you to submit an enquiry or contact a member of our sales team.
12th August 2010 - JSL Supplies Motorcycle Ambulances for the UAE
Johnson Security has recently delivered five BMW R1200 motorcycle ambulances for use in Abu Dhabi. Each vehicle is specially adapted for use by the emergency services and has been outfitted with a full suite of medical equipment including IV kits and breathing equipment.
With unparalleled speed and manoeuvrability, motorcycle ambulances provide rapid response to medical emergencies where time is a critical factor. Units like these are already operating throughout the UK, however these will be some of the first ever used in the UAE.
This is an important step in our ongoing efforts to diversify into new markets and broaden our product offering and we are proud of the high-quality solution we have been able to provide.
30th June 2010 - Johnson Security Features in MENA Infrastructure Magazine
As part of our ongoing efforts to diversify into new markets, Johnson Security recently featured in MENA Infrastructure magazine. This publication is circulated throughout the Middle East and North Africa regions.
We took this opportunity to advertise Johnson Security and to announce the acquisition of German ambulance builder KFB-Extramobile GmbH by our parent company Four Dimension-Johnson Industries Group.
We have already received positive feedback from our campaign and are actively pursuing the opportunities this has created for us.
A copy of MENA Infrastructure can be view for free online here, you can find our features on pages 31/32. Alternatively you can download the advert or download the announcement straight from our website.
If you would like any more information surrounding our MENA Infrastructure campaign, our continuing diversification or Johnson Security, we would welcome you to Submit an Enquiry.
25th June 2010 - The supply of CIT security equipment in a centralised and globalised market
As an integral member of, and supplier to, the global Cash-in-Transit industry, Johnson Security often has a unique insight into the evolution of the industry. As part of our ongoing efforts to diversify into new markets throughout the world, we recently featured in MENA Infrastructure magazine throughout the Middle East and North Africa regions.
Stephen Reeves, Business Development Director of Johnson Security, produced an in-depth assessment of the present and future states of the global CIT market in an article for this publication entitled:
The supply of CIT security equipment in a centralised and globalised market
If you would like to access a copy of this article you can do so in two ways:
View Online Or Download a Copy
15th June 2010 - Firebuy Framework
Johnson Security Ltd are pleased to announce our inclusion on the Firebuy framework agreement for Special Vehicle Capability, Products and Services.
Firebuy acts as a central procurement body on behalf of the English Fire and Rescue Authorities, as well as other bodies. The framework agreement is divided into three lots, and JSL have been included in Lot 2 (bodywork and top hampers) and Lot 3 (conversions, fitting out and finishing, refurbishment and/or upgrade).
This marks a significant step in Johnson’s strategy to break into new markets and broaden our product offering in the vehicle conversion market. Our success in this Firebuy framework is a reflection of the hard work that has been going on in the last year, a process that has been aided by a number of new members of staff and senior management, brought in for their experience in the wider vehicle conversion market.
This framework agreement runs for a period of four years, and in this time we will work to build on this achievement by competing for contracts through the framework agreement, and will look to add to the range of conversions we already offer to this market, such as the Mercedes Atego based Hose Layer Units that are currently in production at our Gloucestershire factory....
5th December 2010 - New Website
Launch of new website, it will feature a new product range. The website has been designed with you in mind and is now easier to navigate with the new easiflo product structure. A Customer Login will be available soon, watch this space for more details...
18th June 2010 - IFSEC 2010
11th - 14th May 2010, IFSEC is the largest gathering of suppliers, manufacturers and distributors to the security industry.
5th March 2007 - Refurbishing and repair work
As alternative to complete vehicle replacement we are able to offer organisations our logistical services to repair armoured vehicles and if required return them to our service workshop for an intensive refurbishing process. Vehicles will be brought up to a look new standard and be fitted out with required upgrading components as per client request.