Gareth has twenty years of experience in the security industry, including two years at ASSA ABLOY where he launched new products into EMEA including Aperio L100
Gareth will continue ASSA ABLOY's journey of integrating with third party OEMs to provide innovative access control solutions

ASSA ABLOY Access Control, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions has appointed Gareth Ellams as its new Managing Director.

Gareth has twenty years of experience working in the security industry, including two years at ASSA ABLOY where he launched a number of new products into EMEA including Aperio® L100.

Cost-effective innovative access control solutions

ASSA ABLOY Access Control is at the leading edge of access control solutions, and Gareth will continue the company’s journey of integrating with third party OEMs to provide cost effective innovative access control solutions.

Gareth’s new role at ASSA ABLOY

Gareth Ellams, Managing Director at ASSA ABLOY Access Control, said: “I am extremely excited about leading the ASSA ABLOY Access Control team at a time when technology is advancing rapidly and we are moving into a world where access control solutions are becoming part of everyday life for us all.

“I believe that ASSA ABLOY is at the front of the race in innovation and a prime example of this is Seos being deployed through the Aperio® platform, which is a step towards people using a single device to gain access. It’s an honour to be leading a team who are making great advances in the industry and I’m looking forward to what the future holds in my new role.”

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