Trevor Turner appointed director of operations at Lodge Service

Trevor Turner is the new director of operations at Lodge Service. Turner boasts almost 35 years’ experience of working with both security technology and guarding services across the retail and distribution sectors as well as the financial services market.

Turner began his security career with Group 4 Total Security before becoming head of profit protection for Comet, where he remained for almost 15 years.

More recently, Turner has been working within the security guarding sector where he has held the positions of director of commercial and director of operations.

Trevor Turner: the new director of operations at Lodge Service

Trevor Turner: the new director of operations at Lodge Service

“Trevor joins the company at an exciting time,” explained Simon Chapman, the managing director at Lodge Service. “He’ll be responsible for strategically managing the operational businesses in order to position us for continued growth. His focus will be directly on customer service while at the same time seeking new and innovative ways of delivering an integrated security solution to our customers and prospects.”

Lodge Service is a third-generation family business that delivers data-enabled security services and personnel for the protection of people, property and business assets.

With a £20 million turnover and nearly 800 staff, Lodge Service operates from offices in nine countries – the UK, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain as well as South Africa.

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