Yale Showcases Smart Security at Locksmith Expo  

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Security specialist Yale will showcase its range of ‘smart’ security products at the Locksmiths Expo 2015, as well as offering a preview of a pioneering replacement multi-point lock.

The Locksmiths Expo, now in its sixth year, is the UK’s only annual exhibition for the locksmith industry.

Yale will present its innovative security solutions on stand A2 at the event held at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham from 7th to 8th March.

Visitors to the stand will be able to discover the range of ‘smart’ security products available from Yale, including smart locks, app-responsive home alarms and CCTV systems.  Representatives will also be on hand to offer an insight into how the products have been designed, and the opportunities they present for increased sales.

Yale will also be offering a preview of a maximum-security replacement multipoint lock, the PAS3621 Doormaster™, an exciting new addition to the Doormaster™ range.

David Herbert, Head of Marketing for Yale, says: “Yale is leading the way when it comes to smart home security. As the recognised experts, we trust locksmiths to install our products to the highest standards and want to make sure they are at the forefront when it comes to this emerging market.

“The Locksmiths’ Exhibition provides us with the perfect platform to update our customers on our latest product developments. We are looking forward to introducing our new PAS3621 Doormaster™ product, which will be the first retrofit multi-point lock in the market allowing you to maintain accreditation on existing PAS 24 doors.

“Visitors to our stand will also have the chance to ‘crack the code’ on our Keyfree digital lock, for the opportunity to take home a Yale goodie bag, and be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad mini.”

To find out more, search for @YaleTradeUK on Facebook and Twitter and visit stand A2 at the East Midlands Conference Centre between 7th -8th March 2015.

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