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China-based lock company Kaadas expands into North America

March 28, 2023  By  SP&T Staff

Kaadas Group has expanded operations in North America with the launch of their authorized security dealer program at ISC West 2023.

The full line of Kaadas traditional electronic locks, as well as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Z-Wave connected smart lock solutions are available to security professionals.

Based in Shenzhen, China, Kaadas has spent the last three decades developing electronic locks focusing on key pillars such as product research, development, manufacturing, sales and customer service, according to the company. Kaadas has developed a portfolio of solutions — including mortise locks, rim locks, deadbolt and latch-bolt locks – to service needs across diverse regional applications and standards within residential and commercial markets.

Dealers, distributors, integrators, installers, and technicians can sign up for the authorized program at ISC West, held March 28-31, in Las Vegas. Kaadas locks will be available under the Kaadas brand name in North America however, the company will also offer partnership opportunities available to companies seeking to have Kaadas manufacture electronic or smart locks under their own brand.


“Kaadas is one of the largest, and most popular electronic lock providers you’ve never heard of – until now,” said Nick English, CEO North America for Kaadas, in a statement. “We’re here to change that. Decades of experience in the lock industry has permitted Kaadas to push the envelope of technology offerings within electronic lock solutions to offer a wide variety of options and styles, all at affordable price points that satisfy customer demand. We’ve achieved the perfect balance between advanced features and affordability and we’re here to make those solutions available to security professionals nationwide.”

Kaadas North America operates out of a regional headquarters and warehouse located in California with a sales and marketing network distributed throughout the United States to service and support the U.S. and Canada.

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