LSE:HLMA (Halma plc)

About HLMA

Halma develops and sells products for use in the enhancement of public safety and for minimising hazards in the workplace. Its six business divisions cover the development and supply of visual warning systems, toxic gas and smoke detectors, electronic alarm systems and water leakage detectors.
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