Firetrace appoints Steve Mulhall to business development manager for GSE market

posted on 21st May 2019 by Justin Burns
Firetrace appoints Steve Mulhall to business development manager for GSE market

Steve Mulhall has been appointed business development manager – ground support equipment (GSE) for Firetrace International, a leading company in fire suppression systems for micro-environments.

In his new role, Mulhall will be involved in identifying and leading strategic business development and customer strategy, robust product development, and implementing an online training platform for installers and end users for the GSE market.

He will cultivate strong relationships with key industry stakeholders and consult with engineering to provide the best fire suppression solutions to address their concerns.

“Developing fire suppression solutions to meet the unique needs of specific markets is important for the company’s long-term success,” said Mark Osborne, president of Firetrace International. We look forward to Steve’s ability to understand and formulate product offerings that fit the needs of the GSE market.”

Prior to joining Firetrace in 2018 as the territory sales manager for the south-central U.S., Steve served as a regional operations manager for a distributor of fire suppression systems.

He has over 17 years of industry experience and has been instrumental in providing fire suppression systems for heavy equipment and vehicles systems in a variety of industries.

“I look forward to providing strategic problem solving for an industry that can be aided from the installation of fire suppression systems,” said Mulhall. “My focus will be to increase awareness of fire hazards in the GSE market and educate the industry on the benefits of fire protection systems.”

Firetrace offers a fully automatic, standalone fire protection system for airport and port vehicles, buses, and other engine and hydraulic system hazards. These includes towbarless tugs, cargo loaders and belt loaders and cround power units, air conditioning units, and air start units.