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Delta Scientific is delivering record numbers of vehicle access systems to customers around the globe

Greg Hamm has played a major role in sales, project management, application engineering and corporate strategic planning

Delta Scientific, the leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States and internationally, recently announced that Greg Hamm, a five-year employee of the company has been named the company’s vice president – sales and marketing. Hamm has been national sales manager for the past two years. As such, he has played a major role in sales, project management, application engineering and corporate strategic planning. In August, Delta Scientific announced a $18.7 million order to supply counter-terrorist vehicle barricades for American and allied troops in Afghanistan.

“We have a very strong team in place and are enjoying rapid growth,” emphasises Hamm. “Over the past five years, I have developed a strong sense of Delta customer requirements and how to match Delta's products and services with those needs. I look forward to meeting with all of our customers under my new title.”

At present, Hamm reports, Delta Scientific is delivering record numbers of vehicle access systems to customers around the globe. More than 15,000 Delta systems are now deployed worldwide to protect U.S. and other nation’s embassies, nuclear plants, banks, stadiums, large major airports, car rental lots, logistics centres, palaces, private residences and more.

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