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ABUS CodeLoxx strikes a chord in Germany

Published: 3 February 2017

ABUS CodeLoxx was recently discovered by Your Secure Locksmiths of Nottingham, with English/German partner Jake Theisen impressed with the product's ease of use, security offering and suitability for his customers.

 

He then ordered them for his own premises from ABUS Germany. A customer with a block of flats then visited the business and fell in love with CodeLoxx, recognising the flexibility and combined security on offer, deciding it should be fitted to every flat when vacant. Now each time a new flat without CodeLoxx becomes empty, one is ordered and fitted straight away.

The product has an easy to use, adjustable modular design and the option to use an electronic key tag or code entry system with possible audit trail.

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