The meger of Dorma and Kaba, Dormakaba is an organisation that offers solutions and services for secure access to buildings and rooms such as door hardware, entrance systems, safe locks, and key systems which will be showcased at The Hotel Show Africa.

The company’s security access solutions feature exceptional innovations, including mobile access solutions that revoke and update digital credentials on mobile devices to access building rooms.

It also provides security standards to government institutions “X-10 meets the highest US Federal Performance Specification for combination locks used to protect classified information.”

Inge Wulff, Marketing Coordinator of Dormakabab “We are passionate about African construction, offering you sustainable and innovative solutions that will take your building plans to new heights. With a diverse portfolio of first-class products, Dormakaba is your complete solution to hassle-free access control.”

The company recently released its financial results and showed a net profit of CHF 95.8m ($94.91) from the CHF 67m ($66.48) of the previous year. It showed a great increase of 3,4 per cent amounting to CHF 1,18m ($1,16) higher than the previous year.
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With two acquisitions that contribute highly in the performance and position of the organisation, the acquisition includes Mesker Openings Group (United States) and Black & Decker (Stanley). Acquisitions consequently make Dormakaba a number three in the North American market.

Dormakaba has presence in more than 130 countries, and it operates both globally and locally.

You can discover more by visiting Dormakaba at Hall 5 Stand P56 at the Gallagher Convention Centre Johannesburg June 25 to 27.

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