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dormakaba launches new and improved website

  • 4 Jan 2018

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dormakaba has unveiled its brand new website, allowing for quick and easy access to company informations and a detailed overview of its products and services.

The improved functionality of the site means that navigation of the site is now very straightforward, having been categorised into: door hardware; entrance systems; electronic access and data; mechanical key systems; lodging systems; safe locks and interior glass systems.

Jenna Higgs, Marketing Manager at dormakaba explains: “The new website is the next logical step in the merger process as we function as one combined brand.”

View the new website for yourself at www.dormakaba.co.uk

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