Burg-Wächter join Secured by Design
Burg-Wächter, one of Europe’s largest security product manufacturers, is delighted to announce it has joined Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative.
Burg-Wächter is a recognised brand in 26 countries around the world. The company operates from nine locations globally, offering an extensive range of over 4,000 innovative German Engineered products. This includes safes, postboxes, padlocks, window and door security, cash boxes and the latest in Smart access control, CCTV and monitoring solutions suitable for a variety of domestic and commercial applications.
Burg-Wächter’s customer base is diverse ranging from high street names and supermarkets, to small independent retailers, with the company also supplying technical high end contracts.
The UK office, in Bradford, West Yorkshire is home to the Burg-Wächter and Sterling security brands.
You can find out more about Burg-Wächter and its range of security products which have achieved Police Preferred Specification here: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&account=0011i00000UZcWIAA1
Mark Pearson, Commercial Director Burg-Wächter UK said: “We’re delighted that the effectiveness of our security products has been recognised by Secured by Design. Burg-Wächter’s participation in this prestigious security initiative underlines our commitment to producing high quality, effective and affordable security solutions, whether they’re for buildings, bicycles or equipment.
“Burg-Wächter believes that good security is all about building in layers, so in addition to our already approved bicycle locks we intend to submit many more security solutions for SBD’s rigorous review.”
SBD Senior Development Officer Alfie Hosker said: “It’s great news that Burg-Wächter have gained Secured by Design membership and Police Preferred Specification for their bicycle Universal D-Locks. I know that they will be adding to their range shortly with further locks and safes. I look forward to a successful relationship going forward”.