NAPCO Security Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: NSSC) announced the acquisition of Marks USA. With this purchase, The NAPCO Group expands its door technology offerings to include new lines of industrial and commercial locksets that meet and exceed the most stringent UL and ANSI specifications for long life. More than 300 architectural trim designs, plus customized logo and matching trims, are available with the widest range of locking functions in the industry, Napco reported.
The company said it is excited to build upon its strong reputation as a respected leader in door safety devices and provide security specifiers and consultants, architects, contract hardware specialty companies and locksmiths with more locking choices than any other manufacturer. The wide range of Marks USA products including mortise, cylindrical, tubular and custom locksets offer customers long-lasting Grade 1 BHMA certified locks that are engineered to excel in high traffic areas.
Marks USA custom designed locksets and hardware have been installed in a variety of worldwide projects including all U.S. Senate doors, The White House (Washington D.C.), The Getty Museum (Los Angeles), Bellevue Hospital, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (New York City), The Ritz Carlton (Baltimore), Trump Grande Hotel (Sunny Isles), Gramercy Park Hotel, Plaza Hotel, Stanhope Hotel, Barbizon Hotel (New York City), Mandalay Bay Hotel, New York New York Hotel & Casino, Mirage Hotel (Las Vegas) and others.
Whether it’s mortise, cylindrical, electrified, tubular, deadbolts/deadlatches, ornamental iron/security storm door, electronic access control locks, custom design and logo locksets, Mark’s one-stop shop will make it easier to choose from a variety of cutting-edge door locking solutions, Napco said.
George Marks will remain president of Marks USA, which will operate as a subsidiary of NAPCO Security Systems Inc.