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Firm targets 'hyper growth'

Notman to lead GSS growth overseas

Grant NotmanGas Sensing Solutions, the Cumbernauld-based company, has a new business development director.

Grant Notman brings significant sales and channel management experience from previous roles with companies such as Transition Networks and Ultra Electronics, RAD Communications and Racal.

Mr Notman has years of experience at director and VP-level in M2M, IoT, telecommunications and business restructuring for wireless and satellite companies.

Ralph Weir, who was recently appointed CEO of the designer and manufacturer of carbon dioxide gas sensorssaid: “We are in the next phase of the business, targeting hyper growth.

“The international market is particularly buoyant for us and we will be focused on making major inroads there over the next couple of years across Europe, Asia and North America. Grant will play a vital role here.

“He is an outstanding senior sales and marketing leader with a successful global track record in M2M, IoT, data communications and networking equipment sectors, delivering a consistent record of sales, margin and profit growth.

“He has a track record that is second to none in driving change and generating lucrative lines of business in new markets by creating innovative strategies based on sound analysis.

“He utilises exceptional relationship skills that consistently deliver outstanding business success through major sales and marketing campaigns and we’re delighted to have him on board.”

Mr Notman added: “I’m joining GSS at an exciting time for the company. I share Ralph’s vision for moving the business forward and I can’t wait to get started.

“GSS has already delivered hundreds of thousands of sensors globally and I aim to build on this legacy. My first objective is to support the team at AHR Expo in Las Vegas at the end of the month, where we will be unveiling a new product that should really excite the market.”

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