Nedap partners with Apice to expand activities in the Italian security market
Apice has 20 years of experience and expertise in access control and domotics
Nedap Security Management and Apice have announced that they have entered into a partnership agreement to collaborate on the Italian security market.

Apice, the Italian manufacturer and system integrator of access control devices and software, will become Nedap's new Business Partner in Italy. Apice has 20 years of experience and expertise in access control and domotics and is widely represented through a national network of partners. With this partnership, Nedap contemplates a considerable expansion of its activities in Italy.

"With Apice, Nedap has found a professional business partner that understands the needs of the Italian security market. They have a valuable network of important partners and customers that can be useful to expand our activities in the country," said Cosimo Caraglia, Business Development Manager of Nedap Security Management.

Angela Calò, Sales & Export Manager at Apice said: "We are proud of the recent business partnership with Nedap. We will work together for a common purpose: to be a reference point for the Italian security market."

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