Hennie Lategan joins Centurion as head of exports

September 2019 News, Access Control & Identity Management

Centurion Systems has announced the appointment of Hennie Lategan as the head of the company’s exports department. With the support of his team, Lategan will be facilitating and overseeing the company’s growth beyond the borders of South Africa, as well as evaluating market trends and identifying new possibilities for sales.

Hennie Lategan.
Hennie Lategan.

Lategan brings with him almost 20 years’ experience in the fields of sales and business development, and has held high-ranking positions with some of the world’s top brands. In addition, he has lived and worked in five different countries and has successfully collaborated with organisations from diverse cultures, backgrounds and points of view.

He describes himself as “a passionate, determined, goal-driven and dynamic person who continually tries to inspire others to achieve optimal results.”

Centurion, which became part of the multinational FAAC group in 2016, currently exports to over seventy countries worldwide, boasting an ever-expanding distribution network spanning most of Africa as well as South America, Australasia and the Middle East.

About his new role as Centurion’s head of exports, Lategan says, “It’s a real honour for me to be part of the FAAC Group and to be associated with a South African brand as strong as Centurion. Centurion’s people, products, and services are of international standard, and our ambition is to become the market leader in the global access control industry.”

For more information contact Centurion Systems, +27 11 699 2400, charl.mijnhardt@centurionsystems.co.za, www.centsys.co.za



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