Mul-T-Lock appoints new director

Mul-T-Lock UK, part of the ASSA ABLOY group, has announced the appointment of Nigel Taylor as the new director & head of locksmiths UKI – Commercial Group. 

Taylor brings a wealth of experience from the industry, particularly within the locksmith channel, having held prominent roles at leading companies such as Chubb, Marcus (ISEO), and Hoppe.

Nigel Taylor

Taylor’s career includes his tenure as sales director at Exidor, where he played a pivotal role in driving sales and expanding market presence following the acquisition of Exidor by ASSA ABLOY.

Commenting on his appointment,Nigel Taylor expressed his enthusiasm: "I am thrilled to take on this new challenge at Mul-T-Lock UKI. With the backing of ASSA ABLOY’s extensive portfolio, we are well-positioned to continue to deliver comprehensive solutions and service excellence to our customers. I look forward to working closely with our team and partners to drive success and growth in the locksmith industry."

In his new role Taylor will continue to uphold Mul-T-Lock’s commitment to innovation in mechanical, electromechanical and access control solutions.

He will oversee operations to ensure customers have access to not only Mul-T-Lock’s renowned products but also to a broader range of brands and product lines offered by ASSA ABLOY. This strategic alignment aims to enhance customer experience and support continued business development.

Eryl Jones, vice president & head of commercial ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland added: “This appointment marks a significant and exciting milestone for Mul-T-Lock and ASSA ABLOY. Nigel’s deep-rooted industry knowledge and proven leadership will undoubtedly strengthen our position in the market. His expertise will be instrumental in driving our strategic initiatives forward, ensuring we continue to deliver exceptional value and innovation to our locksmith customers across the UK and Ireland."

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