Static Systems Group welcomes Halma as its new owner
Static Systems Group is delighted to announce that it has been acquired by Halma, a FTSE 100 global group of life-saving technology companies.
Halma, headquartered in the UK, is driven by a clear purpose to grow a safer, cleaner, healthier future for everyone, every day which is highly aligned with Static Systems’ values, strategy and culture. Static Systems will be joining Halma’s Medical and Infrastructure Safety divisions and will benefit from the expertise and international reach of the global group, while maintaining autonomous day-to-day operation of the business and the strong connections it has with employees, customers and suppliers.
Static Systems’ technology, integration expertise and market presence will complement Halma’s existing fire alarm technologies.
“We are looking forward to being part of such a successful and purpose-driven group that can help take the company to the next level of growth, comments Static Systems’ Commercial Director, Chris Turner.
“Our life-critical alarm and communication solutions sit perfectly alongside those of the other companies in the Halma group. We have long-standing supply relationships with Apollo Fire Detectors and Advanced, with the latter providing most of our fire alarm panels. With Static Systems’ design expertise, project management and installation experience, supported by our comprehensive service and maintenance offering, we see this being a perfect relationship to holistically grow our fire alarm presence.”
Bill Stoval, the new Chair for Static Systems Group, comments: “Static Systems’ culture of working in partnership with customers to build long-term relationships focused on mutual success provides a platform to invest in and explore new ways to create safer, healthier environments. We see new opportunities to help users of our systems address their challenges through deeper technical integration, with the capability to provide bespoke solutions tuned to specific needs.”
Halma employs over 7,000 people in 20 countries, with major operations in the UK, Europe, the USA and Asia Pacific.