CDVI acquires Seattle-based door hardware manufacturer
By SP&T Staff
ROFU, founded in 1980, produces electric strikes, magnetic locks, request-to-exit devices, power supplies, and single door keypads with Bluetooth technology. ROFU will operate as a division of CDVI, according to the company, and maintain its existing facilities and staff in its Seattle, Wa. location. ROFU will be overseen by CDVI Americas president Shawn Gore.
“The acquisition of ROFU Security International is in line with our strategic vision of broadening our product and customer base within the Americas,” said Gore in a statement.
”We look forward to leveraging the expertise and capability of both companies in order to continue our growth within the USA, Canada, Mexico and Latin America and establishing CDVI as a key player in the door hardware market.”