ZKTeco UK has announced a distribution partnership with Vision Security Distribution
ZKTeco UK Limited, the Midlands-based subsidiary of leading global security solutions manufacturer, ZKTeco, has today announced an exciting new distribution partnership with Vision Security Distribution for its state-of-the-art Access and Entrance Control solutions.
The new distribution agreement signifies a great step forward for the ZKTeco brand as it starts to introduce its wider product portfolio to the UK market and contribute to the continued growth of the business globally.
Steve Norman, Country Director at ZKTeco UK, said:
“ZKTeco products are used by 350 million people worldwide every day. The company is renowned for its comprehensive range of innovative security solutions across Europe but is yet to make its mark on the UK security industry. That is set to change with significant investment in a new corporate office and Experience Centre in Birmingham, a nationwide team of experienced sales, marketing and technical support professionals and a rapidly growing UK distribution network. We are thrilled that Vision Security Distribution has chosen to make ZKTeco products available to their customer base, and we are committed to enabling their success.”
Vision Security Distribution are already stocking the company’s revolutionary ATLAS Series – a scalable access control product with integrated software that’s simple to configure and install, and an initial range of Entrance Control solutions including Turnstiles and LPR barriers.
Commenting on the new partnership, Luke Llewellin, Sales Director at Vision Security Distribution said:
“We are excited to expand our portfolio of security solutions with ZKTeco. It was really important for us to find a partner who offered new and exciting technology whilst also sharing our values of working closely with our customers to support their needs from pre-sales to install. Because of this, we have every confidence that our customers will find the products very well-suited to their needs. Our new relationship with ZKTeco gives us access to a whole new line of world-class manufacturer products with reliable local office support.”
ZKTeco is known globally for the design and manufacture of flexible and configurable security and time management solutions that deliver a superior user experience. We serve the UK market in six core solution areas: Access Control, Entrance Control, Biometrics, Smart Locks, Hotel Locks and Time & Attendance. We aim to be recognised as the preferred Facilities Management Manufacturer by delivering everything required for the safe passage of people, vehicle and object.
ZKTeco brings untapped design and manufacturing capability for OEM/ODM, granting access to one of the largest ranges of security hardware, firmware and software in the world.
Installers, integrators and distributors are welcome to visit the new Experience Centre in Birmingham, UK, to discover more about the comprehensive range of solutions, get a feel for the modern design and high performance of our products. The possibilities and applications are limitless.
For more information, our Marketing Manager, Natalie Barlow, is available Monday to Friday via email: email@example.com or phone: +44 (0)7469 512 808.
About Vision SD
Vision SD aims to be the go-to distribution company for the UK security industry, recognised as best-in-field from pre-sales design through to install support. With a tech department made up of ex-installers and project specifiers, they really talk your language and are available to guide every step of the way. Vision SD offers Access Control, CCTV, Door Entry, Entrance Control, Monitors, Video Fire Detection and Door Automation solutions.
For more information about Vision SD, visit their website at: https://www.visionsd.co.uk or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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