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Shanghai United Sea Trading partners with LEGIC to market its electronic locks in China

Published on 24 August, 2010

Door access control products from LEGIC venture into Chinese market after partnership with Shanghai United Sea Trading
Contactless LEGIC advant based lock from Shanghai United Sea Trading
New mechanical and electronic locking systems are the result of the newly announced partnership between Shanghai United Sea Trading and Switzerland based LEGIC Identsystems Ltd., a leading manufacturer of contactless smart card technology for personal identification.

United Sea Trading can now offer innovative and flexible access solutions to its customers such as banks or commercial buildings. The integration of LEGIC advant technology further improves its strong market position in China.

Shanghai United Sea Trading holds a leading market position in the installation of overall security systems for offices and public buildings. From safe locks and cylinder systems up to architectural hardware and complete access control systems, the product portfolio includes all parts of an integrated security solution.

"Thanks to the collaboration with LEGIC, we are able to expand our product portfolio offering mechanical as well as electronic locking solutions in all fields of physical access control," says Mr. Joseph Gu, Director of Shanghai United Sea Trading. "Our customers benefit from modern security standards and from a cutting-edge technology that meets highest requirements in terms of flexibility and convenience."

"The partnership with Shanghai United Sea Trading is a very important step for us in the Asian market," confirms Dr Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development of LEGIC. "As a leading provider of integrated security technologies for many industries, the collaboration with United Sea Trading is essential to strengthen our own position in China."

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