Mansfield Pollard Partners with G Hall Associates to progress its acoustic business strategy
Air management experts Mansfield Pollard – suppliers of energy efficient ventilation and acoustic control equipment to a global consumer base – has announced a collaboration with G Hall Associates Ltd to assist with its acoustic business strategy and expand into different market sectors.
G Hall Associates Ltd – a leading acoustics consultancy – will be working closely with Mansfield Pollard to develop its market share in the Offshore and Energy sector by providing a range of services including sales agency representation for a number of key customers in the industry.
Its team will provide professional representation to further enhance Mansfield Pollard’s brand awareness and will incorporate effective communication between clients to provide project details, design and quotation requirements, and negotiate orders.
The company will be looking predominantly at Acoustic Enclosure and associated turnkey packages along with Silencer, Louvres, and Acoustic Room Ventilation designs.
Lou Frankland, Sales Director, Mansfield Pollard, said: “We are excited to partner with G Hall Associates to develop our market reach in the acoustics sector. This partnership will strengthen Mansfield Pollard’s position in the market, providing even greater reach to untapped segments. There is a great synergy between the two companies and with such a vast array of knowledge and experience between us, we are confident that we can provide market leading products with a first class service to a variety of applications.”
Gary Hall, Director, G Hall Associates Ltd, said: “There is a shared culture between the two organisations in the way that they view and approach the noise control industry. Mansfield Pollard has a fantastic reputation and its team of in-house experts have vast knowledge that is crucial to succeed in this sector. We are proud to be partnering with a company that has invested in testing to the latest standards and is committed to product development.”