Corps Security appoints Fred Lambrechts as mobilisation and transformation manager

Fred Lambrechts has joined Corps Security as mobilisation and transformation manager. In this newly-created role, Lambrechts will support large mobilisations as well as use his many years of experience in the security sector to develop Corps Security’s integrated security guarding and monitoring solution.

Lambrechts previously worked as national operations manager at Interserve and has also held senior roles at Knightsbridge Guarding, the Kingdom Services Group, PCL Whitehall Security and T-Class Security.

Commenting on his new role, Lambrechts told Risk Xtra: “I’m delighted to be joining Corps Security. The organisation is well known in the sector for its high standards of service and its self-delivery of monitoring services. I’m pleased to be part of an organisation which was founded back in the 1850s and yet remains one of the most forward-thinking security companies in the market.”

Paul Lotter, the newly-appointed managing director of the security guarding business within Corps Security, added: “We’re in the process of mobilising a number of significant contracts so I welcome Fred to the business. His experience of large-scale mobilisations will be very welcome. Our security guarding and monitoring businesses are becoming ever closer and Fred will be instrumental in that integration going forward.”

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