Experienced business leader Andrew Bruce joins the company as it navigates sustained growth across global markets.
Radiodetection is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Bruce as Managing Director, a role that will draw upon his extensive international experience.
Previously a member of the senior leadership team at IMI Norgren, which employs over 2,000 staff in 19 countries, Andrew has a solid understanding of the technology and manufacturing sectors and has experience of steering company growth in the US, China, India, South America, Eastern and Central Europe, as well as Germany, where he spent ten years leading various high-profile businesses.
Says Andrew: “What appealed most about joining the team at Radiodetection was the idea of leading a tech company with such a long and distinguished history. There are plenty of exciting opportunities to grow the business, and I will be focussing on these over the coming years. The company has such a strong brand and reputation; it’s an honour to be part of its evolution.”
One policy that underlines the company’s progressive outlook is its across-the-board commitment to sustainability – as demonstrated by its recent pledge to achieve net zero carbon output across its operations.
Radiodetection is a world-renowned name in the design and manufacture of industry-leading products. Designed to help those working in the construction sector identify and trace underground infrastructure, they are recognised internationally for their unrivalled capacity to prevent damage, manage assets and protect lives. “Our great technology and products are undoubtedly two of the main pillars that support the global reputation of our brand. Their specialisation is second to none.”
Another pillar is Radiodetection’s international team. Its many members may be scattered across countries and continents, but all share at least one thing in common: outstanding professionalism. Andrew says: “I’m really looking forward to working with the Radiodetection team. Exceptional companies are built on exceptional people, and I’m delighted to lead a company made up of the very best.”
Founded in 1977, Radiodetection has earnt a global reputation for the quality of its range of tools and digital solutions. That range comprises precision locators, cable avoidance tools, magnetic locators, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), dehydrators and cable test technology.
The many industries in which Radiodetection’s products have become standard equipment include power, water, construction, oil and gas, and telecom and cable. The company now operates in over 60 countries and its customers benefit from an extensive international distribution network that offers local knowledge, training and support.
Notes for editors: Radiodetection is a world leader in the manufacture of detection tools for locating buried critical infrastructure and utilities. Together with sister companies Sensors & Software and Schonstedt, it provides best in class equipment and solutions, designed to prevent damage, manage assets and protect lives; with a globally recognised range of tools and digital equipment dating back to 1977.
About SPX Technologies: SPX Technologies is a supplier of highly engineered products and technologies, holding leadership positions in the HVAC and detection and measurement markets. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SPX Technologies has more than 3,300 employees in 15 countries. SPX Technologies is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “SPXC.” For more information, please visit www.spx.com.