Debar Expands Technical Services Team To Deliver On-Site Training

by | Nov 8, 2023 | Training & Development

Image Above: Paul Owens and Kyle Bateman

Hardware manufacturer Debar, has expanded its technical services team in a bid to deliver more training and on-site assistance to its dedicated customers.  The announcement forms part of the Bradford-based firms plans to perfect and refine the support it currently offers.

Paul Owens and Kyle Bateman form the technical services team and will utilise their expert knowledge and industry experience to guide fabricators wanting to learn how to efficiently build bi-folding door systems.

As a company which currently supports more than 200 companies across 12 countries, Debar’s customer service isn’t limited to the UK. In fact, the company has a comprehensive international strategy which will be implemented by the technical services team who will be responsible for delivering training in places not yet exploring the bi-fold market.

Paul Owen, Debar service manager, said: “At Debar, we’re incredibly passionate about helping companies to achieve success in the bi-fold door market and so our technical services team offers a range of expert training and support to fabricators wanting to understand the process for building a bi-fold system.

“We’re driven to be the first point of call for anyone looking to break into the market no matter if they’re based in the UK or further afield. We’ve got great relationships with companies in Canada, and we’ll be attending some key industry events in Atlanta and Dubai over the next few months.

“Expanding our technical services team will mean we can continue to deliver quality on-site assistance to our customers to guarantee they have the best chance to succeed with their bi-fold door venture.”

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