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Security firm Mul-T-Lock’s key appointment

February 22, 2023

Security specialist Mul-T-Lock, celebrating 50 years in business, has appointed Dan Dodds as a Regional Sales Manager for London and South East.

Dodds joins the team with a wealth of experience within the construction industry, having worked with end users, channels partners, builders’ merchants and architectural ironmongers over 20 years.

He will be responsible for working with Mul-T-lock’s network of professional locksmiths and implementing the UK sales strategy, including an exciting array of new products and services, across the key London and South East regions.

Dodds said: “Mul-T-Lock is renowned as a company that doesn’t stand still. It is committed to R&D and embraces new services and opportunities to really support its customers and professional network of locksmiths.

“I’m thrilled to be on board in such an exciting year and use my knowledge and experience of the built environment to establish relationships with customers, both new and existing.

“Together, we can illustrate how we can operate with a team as required on any project, offering support from initial design and specification to project completion.”


Claire Blakemore, Managing Director Mul-T-Lock UK added: “It’s a pleasure to welcome Dan to the team as we continue our growth strategy. This is a great time for Mul-T-Lock as we look forward to a year of celebrations, new products and services, of course culminating in the MLA Expo.

“Dan brings a wealth of product and industry knowledge with him, which will be invaluable to our Mul-T-Lock customers as we continue to demonstrate our capability in supporting individual project requirements.

“There really is no one-size-fits-all and we can demonstrate how we can together, ‘set the standard’ to understand individual environments and integrate security systems across our portfolio to achieve unique requirements.”

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