NAPCO Security Systems, Inc., recently announced its acquisition of Marks USA. With this purchase, the NAPCO Group expanded its door technology offerings to include new lines of industrial and commercial locksets that meet and exceed UL and ANSI specifications for long life. Over 300 architectural trim designs plus customized logo and matching trims are available with a wide range of locking functions.
The range of Marks USA products including mortise, cylindrical, tubular, and custom locksets offer customers Grade 1 BHMA certified locks that are engineered to work 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 Hotel(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) to name a few.
The addition of Marks USA’s Grade 1 BHMA locksets into the NAPCO family broadens its market reach and provides locking capabilities to commercial, industrial, educational, government, and healthcare facilities throughout the world. Whether it’s mortise, cylindrical, electrified, tubular, deadbolts/ deadlatches, ornamental iron/security storm door, electronic access control locks, or custom design and logo locksets, Mark’s one stop shop will make it possible to choose from a variety of door locking solutions.
George Marks will remain president of Marks USA, which will operate as a subsidiary of NAPCO Security Systems, Inc.
About Napco Systems, Inc.
NAPCO Security Systems, Inc. is a manufacturer of electronic security equipment including intrusion and fire alarm systems, access control systems, and electronic locking devices. The company’s products, including those of Alarm Lock and Continental Access, feature control panels, sensors, locking devices, and access control products. They are used in residential, commercial, institutional, industrial, and government applications.