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Partnership sees Mansfield Pollard strengthen acoustics business strategy

Mansfield Pollard, the Bradford-based air management specialist, is collaborating with G Hall Associates that can assist having its acoustic business strategy and expand into different areas.

Acoustics consultancy G Hall Associates will be working closely with Mansfield Pollard to formulate its share of the market inside Offshore and Energy sector by giving a variety of services including sales agency representation for many key customers in the industry.

Its team will offer professional representation to increase enhance Mansfield Pollard’s brand awareness and may incorporate effective communication between clients to deliver project details, design and quotation requirements, and negotiate orders.

The company will be looking predominantly at Acoustic Enclosure and associated turnkey packages coupled with Silencer, Louvres, and Acoustic Room Ventilation designs.

Lou Frankland, Sales Director at Mansfield Pollard, said: “This partnership will strengthen Mansfield Pollard’s position in the marketplace, providing sustained reach to untapped segments.

“There is a superb synergy backward and forward companies together with a really vast array of knowledge and experience between us, we’re certain that we’re able to provide market leading products which includes a top class company to a variety of applications.”

Gary Hall, Director, G Hall Associates, added: “There can be a shared culture forwards and backwards organisations in the manner they view and approach the noise control industry.

“Mansfield Pollard includes a fantastic reputation and its team of in-house experts have vast knowledge that may be crucial to reach your goals in this sector. Were proud to become partnering by using a company that’s procured testing to the latest standards and it’s committed to service.”

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