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Ferno Become New Commercial Partner

Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Wed 13 Oct 2021
Posted in Commercial

Bradford based Ferno (UK) have become the latest Commercial Partner with FC Halifax Town.

Ferno (UK) was established back in 1971 originally under the name of FW Equipment Co. Limited by a local family businesses man called Les Harris. During 1989, Les decided to retire at which time Ferno Washington Inc increased their shares from 25% to 100% acquiring the company and changed the name in 1992 to Ferno (UK) Limited to reflect it being a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ferno Group. Ferno (UK) moved to their current premises back in 1996 where they design, manufacture, distribute, market and sell products to the Emergency Services, Funeral & Mortuary, Industrial, Aviation, Military sectors complemented by the Ferno Care aftersales Service Division. They manufacture Class 1 Medical Devices and are accredited to the ISO 9001 Quality Management System. Ferno (UK) employs over 50 staff at its Bradford facility and supplies its products into the UK, Ireland and they also Export through the Ferno Distributor network.

As part of the agreement, Ferno (UK) will provide brand new vital medical equipment for both the first team and academy.

Jon Ellis, Chief of Global Strategy & European Region Managing Director at Ferno said ““Ferno (UK) are excited to be working in the community, partnering with FC Halifax Town where our company have provided medical equipment to support their medical team to administer care on and off the field and looking to working with John and Head of Medical, Aaron Scholes”

FC Halifax Town’s Commercial Director, John Williams commented “I am delighted that we are in partnership with a leading global provider of emergency care solutions with decades of experience innovating products to transform the delivery of emergency care. When you see documentaries on TV following the emergency services you will see Ferno products and I’m proud we have a major player in their field as part of FC Halifax Town. I’m also incredibly thankful that they are not only a partner backing what we’re planning to do but providing much needed medical equipment for the Medical Department. I’m looking forward to working with Jon and his team”.


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