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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453
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Brisant appointed official Federal Lock stockist
The long-term relationship between Brisant Secure and Federal Lock has been further cemented with the appointment of the Dewsbury-based hardware and lock specialist as the official stockist for Federal branded products.
Many of the hugely popular Federal branded products, including padlocks, will be available at great prices on a next-day service from the on-line ordering facility on the Brisant Secure website in the coming weeks. Customers are promised a service tailored for locksmiths with a dedicated 'Federal Product' section on the website at www.brisant-secure.com, as well as world class order fulfilment levels of all Brisant products.
One of the many new products on offer as the official stockist, will be the Federal UCF Sold Secure Diamond grade cylinder and with its magnetic pin, the UCF brings much greater key control. Sales of the Federal 6YCF 6 pin cylinder will receive a free upgrade to our outstanding Ultion range. As well as the same Sold Secure Diamond accreditation, Ultion also comes with 11 pins, dimple key, £1000 security guarantee, unparalleled sales support tools, and a next-day keyed alike service.
Steve Stewart CEO of Brisant Secure commented: 'The addition of the Federal branded products to the existing Brisant range is a major plus for us and for our locksmith customers. They can expect the same levels of outstanding service and deliveries across both brands and we look forward to fulfilling sales with immediate effect.'
Whilst stock levels are being built up and the on-line ordering facility implemented, should you have any requirements for Brisant Secure cylinders or padlocks (also developed with Federal Lock) please call 01924 410200 or e-mail email@example.com. For further information on the pioneering Ultion cylinder including their compelling videos, visit www.ultion-lock.co.uk
You can also follow them on Twitter @BrisantSecure and @UltionLock.
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