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New product and faces at Alpro


New product and faces at Alpro
With the ever increasing environmental and security concerns along with new legislation now coming to the fore, Alpro hardware announced at the recent BEST exhibition, the impending introduction of its new deadlock, tested and compliant with BS.EN.12209 Grade 6. The lock is completely retro-fittable and comes in a range of backsets and has a revolutionary over centre principle operating mechanism, which has been patented to protect its unique and original design features.
The investment in the new product shows Alpro’s continued commitment to its ever increasing customer base within the commercial aluminium OEM marketplace, at a time when the economy is struggling. To add to this investment Alpro have commissioned the services of Simon Guy, of Locking Dynamics Ltd to oversee and develop the range.
Simon’s extensive knowledge of both the aluminium industry and lock design in general after working for Adams Rite for 20 years on product design and development make the appointment an exciting development for Alpro.
Keith Parry Alpro’s Divisional Manager commented “It is important for independent companies like Alpro to ensure that they keep abreast of the latest developments and legislative requirements, to ensure ongoing growth and market share. The appointment of Simon to work alongside our current projects is an important step in the ongoing Alpro strategy and market presence. We aim to become a significant player within the industry and this investment see’s the first step in that process of developing new and unique initiatives for the market. It is also our intention to offer a British made product to ensure ongoing quality and cost control”.


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