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Visitors to the stand also had the opportunity to see UNION’s recently launched Heavy Duty Tubular Latch for residential properties

UNION StrongBOLT and ASSA ABLOY’s DC700G-FT Security Door Closer exhibited at the event

ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions had a successful year at the MLA Exhibition, held at the International Centre, Telford.

UNION StrongBOLT demonstrated

UNION, an ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions brand, exhibited its new and innovative locking solutions, including the UNION StrongBOLT® range, known for its superior strength, reliability and quality; exceeding the requirements of BS3621:2007 and the innovative Codehandle, providing a simple, cost-effective way to restrict access.

Visitors to the stand also had the opportunity to see UNION’s recently launched Heavy Duty Tubular Latch for residential properties and UNION’s Eximo Panic Exit Hardware range, completed the display from UNION, demonstrating the strength and breadth of its offering.

An integrated escape door locking solution

The stand also showcased ASSA ABLOY’s DC700G-FT Security Door Closer with an integrated escape door locking solution that is suitable for retrofitting fire doors and Shine, a digital lock specifically designed for commercial glass doors.

Eryl Jones, Managing Director for ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, said: “We had an extremely successful MLA 2015; our new Heavy Duty Tubular Latch and ASSA ABLOY Security Doors Closer had some great feedback from new and existing customers, who had the opportunity to get some hands-on experience with the products.”

“The MLA was a great opportunity for us to showcase why we are Trusted by Professionals and to reveal how our high quality products can add value to projects.”

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