ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems has launched a new website to help provide more information and resources for customers and partners.


Customers can now access product and specification information relating to the ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems automated door and docking portfolio, from a single digital platform with a responsive design, which is optimised for all types of desktop and mobile devices. Besam, Crawford, Albany and Megadoor products can now all be found on the new website, alongside a wealth of performance data, application guidance and company information.

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems brands have a strong history of providing proven solutions and exceptional maintenance services for logistics, commercial, healthcare, hospitality and transportation facilities, all of which are reflected in the resources that are now available online.

The new website is a response to the rising number of specifiers, developers, end-users and facilities managers looking to simplify their supply chain by integrating exit and entrance solutions without compromising quality. ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems combined approach allows the company to provide the most effective internal and external door and loading solutions at design, manufacture, and installation stages for industrial, pedestrian and high-speed entrances.

Neil Davis, UK & IE Country Manager for ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems said: “ This redesigned website provides a single digital point of call for all of our varied clients. Integrating all our products and services into one site makes life easier for everyone involved in the design and construction phases. Information relating to our vast portfolio is arranged logically and is easier to find and download. Specifiers, fabricators, door and screen and building contractors are telling us they are looking to simplify access to combined entrance and exit solutions for their automated door and docking equipment.


“Our holistic approach ensures that the most cost effective and efficient solutions to design challenges can be found more easily. We hope that the new website demonstrates our commitment to intelligent design.”


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