Katy Ford is Insafe’s Deputy Managing Director and has been with the company for 19 years. Katy works closely with the Senior Board on all aspects of the business, as well as building existing and new customer relationships and managing the Post Office account.
This week we’re introducing Grace Bithell,who is based in Insafe’s Wolverhampton office, now located in the Chubb building.
Grace works within the Sales Team as Sales Support and looks afters sales orders, from logging them on Sage, to arranging installations and sending out the final invoice!
This week we’re introducing Alex Bestwick, Insafe’s National Service Manager, who is responsible for all operational capabilities of the newly combined engineering teams, as well as customer management, working on service projects and ensuring service maintained contractual compliance to customers.
Gemma Jones is Insafe’s Customer Service Manager, responsible for the Sales Admin & Service team in Wolverhampton.
If you were lucky enough to find something shiny underneath the tree at Christmas, such as some dazzling jewellery or a beautiful new timepiece, you’re probably thinking about the best way to store it securely when you’re not wearing it.
Insafe is happy to announce that Matthew Dumsday has been promoted to Sales Director.
Insafe is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at Masters of LXRY 2019, 12th-16th December 2019 on Stand 548 at RAI Amsterdam.
Insafe will be exhibiting on Stand P26 at The Independent Hotel Show, 15th-16th October at Olympia London.
Insafe are known for being market leaders in commercial and private security and our range of Leisure and Hotel Safes offer the same world-class security.
This week we’re introducing Lauren Whittaker who is Insafe’s National Trade Sales Administrator.
Lauren came to Insafe in 2016 after graduating with a degree in English & Creative Writing, starting her career in the company as an administrator and schedular, before moving into the trade division in June 2018.
This week we’re introducing you to Kelly Ingleson who’s our Regional Service Manager for the South!
Kelly’s main role is scheduling all the reactive work that comes in for the South of the country, looking after fifteen of our (very entertaining) engineers daily.
Before you buy a safe, it’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with the grading system that shows a safe’s ability to withstand attack. The Insafe range of Grade 0 – VI safes are all independently tested and certified in accordance with European Standard EN1143-1.
This week for our #TeamTuesday feature, we’re introducing you t Libbi Rogers who is Insafe’s Finance Administrator and has been with the company for two years.
We were delighted when we recieved this email after Insafe Service Engineer Richard Butcher attended a job for our customer, Armstrong World Industries this week!
Ian Lewis is Insafe’s experienced Safe Crew Manager and has been with the company for six years.
Insafe exhibited at last week’s IFSEC International at ExCel London, which is the UK and Europe’s leading security event.
Insafe went back to the year we were founded, 1985, for our soapbox kart design, recreating the famous DeLorean from Back To The Future II. It had all the features from the film, flux capacitor, time computer, Mr Fusion home energy reactor, gull-wing doors and even a smoke machine! She even flew briefly when the […]
Dave Arnott is one of Insafe’s amazing Service Engineers who are at the heart of the business. He has extensive experience and has been with the company for the past fifteen years. As a Service Engineer Dave’s role covers most aspects of physical security, from general locksmithing and safe engineering to access control. On working at […]
We love hearing feedback from our valued customers so we were delighted when we received this glowing testimonial from William Hill.
Insafe are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting on stand IF363 at IFSEC International, which takes place 18th-20th June at Excel London.
Insafe are proud to manufacture safes in the UK, our factory is based in the Black Country, which is the home of British safe making.