Iloq expands operations to UK

Espoo, Finland and London, UK

Ulf Jonasson, assumes the role of Country Manager, UK, for Iloq as the company further expands its operations.

Digital locking company, Iloq, has started 2021 with the news that it is extending its operations into the UK, despited the upheaval caused by Brexit and the pandemic.

Founded in Finland in 2003, Iloq currently has sales offices in 8 countries throughout Europe, operations in Canada and a partner network around the world. Adding the UK to its portfolio continues to fulfill the company’s growth strategy and allows Iloq to introduce the benefits of its battery-free digital locking and mobile access sharing technology to a huge new market.

Strong new building construction activity and retrofitting of existing buildings is supporting the growth of the locking industry in the UK. Iloq has capitalised on new opportunities offered by digitalisation and the internet of things to create a smart locking system that provides even more added value for customers. For building owners, operators and key holders, the new features and benefits offered by Iloq’s battery-free digital locking and mobile access solutions bring high security and unparalleled ease of access management paired with major lifecycle cost savings.

Ulf Jonasson will assume the role of Country Manager. Operating out of London, he will be responsible for building a winning team to establish the company’s commercial activities and developing a strong base of partners and customers.

“Iloq’s growth continues as planned, despite the upheaval of Brexit and the ongoing impact of Covid-19. With rising demand in both the built environment and utility markets, we look forward to introducing our state-of-the-art digital and mobile locking solutions that guarantee increased flexibility, operational efficiency and reduced total cost of ownership. We wish Ulf Jonasson great success on changing the face of the locking industry in the UK,” states Iloq President and CEO, Heikki Hiltunen.


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