New report predicts continued growth for the UK’s access control market

Market intelligence provider Key Note recently published an updated report on the status of the UK’s access control market. According to their research, in 2013 the UK access control market grew by 2.9% – boosted by a rise in new construction orders, which increased by 14.8%.

This news comes as no surprise to us here at Codelocks, as we continue to see strong demand for our keyless digital locks, especially the high-performance electronic locking devices with the ability to offer multiple functions.

Key Note also predicts that the UK access control market will continue to increase for the next five years, fuelled by further growth in the construction industry and the ongoing need to protect against the threat of crime.

For years now, digital locks have been giving effective access protection in all kinds of applications and the report confirms that the market for this sector is now fairly mature. Thanks to advances in technology, battery-operated digital locks are now able to offer functions previously only found in hard-wired access systems. In future years, this will help the products secure an even bigger share of the UK’s market.

For more information on the 2014 access control market report by Key Note click here.

For more information on access control and our range of push-button digital locks, visit our website or call us on 01635 239645.

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3 thoughts on “New report predicts continued growth for the UK’s access control market

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