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September 29, 2021


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Kentec authorised distributor scheme welcomes Fortus

Life-critical control systems manufacturer, Kentec Electronics, has welcomed Fortus Group Holdings, to its Kentec Authorised Distributor (KAD) scheme, providing the fire and security distributor with product training and support.

The KAD scheme is a global network of specialists, experts and trained fire alarm distribution companies, that are recognised for their high levels of Kentec product knowledge and provide a full range of Kentec systems to suit all applications and building types.

Fortus recently doubled its size following the simultaneous acquisition of Enterprise Security Distributor, a UK based distributor, and RE:SURE Intelligence, a remote CCTV monitoring company.

Sammy Steel, Head of UK Sales at Kentec, says: “Our goal is to make our distributors and installers’ lives easier through supporting their sales cycle, and the training and support delivered through the scheme achieves just that. We feel they are an important new addition to the scheme.”

Mark Massie, Managing Director UK at Fortus, adds: “Our KAD status shows our customers that we have the product knowledge and expertise to work with the most sophisticated Kentec systems, and that we value furthering professionalism in the industry through increased training.”

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