SRL appoints Mark Eburne as CEO

SRL Traffic Systems, one of Europe’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of mobile ITS (intelligent transport system) solutions to the traffic management, local authorities, utilities, and construction sectors, has appointed Mark Eburne as chief executive officer.  

The seasoned CEO has 25 years’ senior leadership experience and has worked extensively throughout the utilities, hire and construction sectors. He will bring considerable commercial expertise, which will be beneficial to SRL as it continues its growth journey. He joins SRL on 29th April from tool, fixings and building supplies retailer, FFX Group, where he was CEO.

Eburne will lead SRL as it embarks on the next stage of its ambitious growth strategy, with a continued focus on serving customers with a unique rental and service proposition. 

Highlights of the last year include the expansion of the company’s product portfolio to incorporate one of the first solar powered mobile traffic signals and the strengthening of its nationwide distribution network of over 30 depots – the UK and RoI’s largest – with the launch of two new strategic centres in East Grinstead and Aberdeen.

Said Eburne: “I am joining SRL at an extremely exciting point in its development and look forward to working with its team to elevate the company to the next level.  SRL has tremendous growth potential, with passionate and hardworking people, a market-leading and unique customer service offering, exceptional products, and strong investor support from 3i Infrastructure.”

Added SRL’s executive chairman, Richard Tredwin: “Mark is a highly experienced CEO with a strong track-record of the kind of decisive, engaging leadership that will drive SRL forward.”

Founded in 1997, SRL offers a product portfolio that comprises traffic and pedestrian signals, VMS, CCTV and solar/hybrid work-zone protection barriers.  Integrated solutions include the Urban64 traffic signal system and the Haul Route PLUS crossing solution.  Products are available for hire and for sale.


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