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Mircom opens new branch

The Mircom Group of Companies announces the grand opening of its newest Mircom ES branch location in Cedar Grove, New Jersey. Led by Carl Pelaez, the Mircom ES New York branch will serve the New York City & New Jersey direct sales market areas.

July 25, 2014  By Staff

Art Petrilli, in his role as Senior Regional Business Development Manager, will also be directly involved with Pelaez in planning and executing growth in the territory.

Mircom ES New York is located at:
98 Commerce Road
Cedar Grove
New Jersey, USA

Tel.: 862.277.0640
Fax: 862.277.0641

Mircom Group’s global network of dedicated Sales and Service Offices, known as Mircom Engineered Systems, allows Mircom to be a full solution provider. Through Mircom ES, Mircom Group is able to provide and fully service a line-up of innovative and advanced solutions which are scalable to satisfy diverse user demands, from small & mid-size buildings to the world’s most complex applications.


“Mircom Group’s investment in this new Mircom ES branch location demonstrates our strong commitment to growing our business in the United States,” said Rick Falbo, Executive V.P. Business Development, Mircom Group of Companies. “This new location will enhance our service offerings to existing valued customers and help us foster new business relationships in the territory.”

In addition to a convenient, central location, the new Mircom ES branch office will feature sales, service and design capabilities which allows Mircom to support our valued customers business and emergency needs. The branch also includes a full training environment where the Mircom ES New York team can certify and train ESDs, technicians, or end users on our more sophisticated product offerings such as Flex-Net, Open GN and Mass Notification platforms.

Mircom ES New York provides a complete package of Fire Alarm, Communication and Security for multi-unit residential, commercial, educational, institutional and industrial projects of any scope and size.

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