Security technology manufacturer Gallagher has moved into new European headquarters in Warwick, United Kingdom. The completion of the new headquarters signifies Gallagher’s increasing customer base across Europe and growth in the Northern Hemisphere.

“We’re so excited to officially be in our new building, and we can’t wait to welcome our partners and customers,” said Richard Huison, regional general manager for U.K. and Europe. “We’ve grown at an impressive rate in recent years and fast outgrew our current premises. Our new building enables us to be better positioned from an operational perspective and provide a superior customer experience.”

Gallagher now operates offices and warehouses in 10 countries worldwide. The new 16,145-square-foot headquarters allows Gallagher to host prospective clients, hold large events, and support channel partners and joint customers with meeting, conference and training facilities. The headquarters also includes a 7,211-square-foot warehouse to streamline U.K. and Europe operations, and deliver greater efficiency to support Gallagher’s solutions, with land available for future expansions.

“It was necessary to increase our office, conference and warehouse facilities so that our team can continue to grow, and our customers can see, first-hand, how Gallagher protects what matters most,” said Mark Junge, global general manager for security. “With discussions well underway with several U.K. government agencies, and some significant recent successes with high security customers in the U.K., this new facility provides the ideal base to support our continued investment in the development of solutions that support the U.K. and Europe.”

Richard said the European team is looking forward to inviting partners for a visit, and showing them around the new building, once they are all settled in.

“Ongoing COVID-19 restrictions means we haven’t confirmed a date to officially open our Headquarters in true Gallagher fashion,” he said. “When we can celebrate appropriately, our company president, Sir William Gallagher, is excited to make the trip from New Zealand.”