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SEA appoints Ian Gamble as UK Business Development Manager for Transport

Posted 2 July 2019 · Add Comment

SEA has appointed Ian Gamble as Business Development Manager responsible for Technical Solutions in the UK to further develop its place as a leader in the transport market.

 
Ian (above) arrives at SEA with nearly 20 years of business development experience in the transport sector and parking industry. An active member of the British Parking Association (BPA), Ian is currently an Individual Member Representative of the BPA. In this role, Ian sat on the WAMITAB Task Action Group focusing on qualifications available to the parking industry.

In the new role, Ian will be tasked with developing SEA as the market leader in camera-based enforcement for local authorities. His work will be closely linked to SEA’s ROADflow Fusion traffic enforcement system that was launched at Parkex 2019. The complete single product solution can be configured for different enforcement options, providing customers with further flexibility to create cost and procedural efficiencies. 

Ian Gamble said: “It’s a fantastic time to be joining SEA and I’m extremely excited to begin working with the team. In launching the ROADflow Fusion, SEA demonstrated that it is a market leader in the traffic enforcement area and it’s a position that I intend to develop considerably. Having had significant experience in the industry, I’m excited by SEA’s camera-based enforcement capabilities and believe there is a great opportunity to expand the local authority markets that we operate in.”

Steve Hill, Managing Director at SEA said: “Ian’s a well-known figure in the parking industry and we’re delighted to have him on board. His extensive expertise and experience as an integral member of the BPA will be vital in developing our position as market leaders.”
 
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