Allegion appoints Jo-Milne Rowe

Posted On 23 Apr 2014
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Allegion has confirmed the appointment of Jo Milne-Rowe as specification leader for door solutions. With more than nine years’ experience in the industry, Jo will be based at Allegion’s UK headquarters in Walsall. From the Midlands Jo will be conducting nationwide travel to showcase the brands in Allegion’s door solutions portfolio, including its specification hardware, automatic and steel door solutions. Jo’s remit is to work closely with architects and contractors at the specification stage of commercial projects, to provide bespoke advice and support. Colin Campbell, Door Solutions Sales Leader, UK & Eire, at Allegion, commented on the new appointment:” The role of specification leader demonstrates our progression after identifying larger commercial projects as a key area where more support is often needed. ” At a time when the industry faces changing regulations, it can be difficult for individuals to keep on top of every change, and Jo will lead on providing support and responding to queries relating to door hardware and solutions. Jo’s track record in this area will be invaluable when it comes to supporting sectors such as transport, healthcare, education and commercial – informing on code compliance and new solutions, and bringing her product knowledge to the fore.”

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