Doyle Security Products provides Midwestern presence for ABLOY USA’s Distributor Network
The Minnesota locksmith wholesale company is the latest to join the ABLOY USA distributor network.
Doyle Security Products, a longtime Midwestern locksmith wholesale powerhouse based in Minneapolis, is the latest company to join the ABLOY USA distributor network. The stocking distributor services customers in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
“Adding Doyle to our distributor roster is a key puzzle piece. We are proud to be associated with them,” said Jerry Burhans, U.S. Managing Director of ABLOY USA. “Doyle has a rich history and an excellent reputation with customers within Critical Infrastructure in the Midwest. We think it’s an excellent partnership with the type of high security products that their customers will now have access to.”
Doyle Security Products dates back to when Howard Doyle founded the company in 1921, and has had only three different family owners in 98 years. It achieved steady growth throughout the years and was one of the first high security keyway distributors. The company now services the aftermarket for locksmith supplies, in addition to the healthcare, education, corrections and glass house industries, and provides products to customers the next day with same-day order shipping.
“We are well known for handling special orders for hard to find products with unique functions and uncommon finishes,” states John Rohling, Doyle’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the last eight years. He acknowledged having Abloy USA products available will help satisfy demand for high security products.
“High security business has increased as end-users are realizing the benefits of key control, as well as the physical strength and pick resistance these products provide,” he said. “Not only will ABLOY USA add their rotating disc cylinder technology to our high security offerings, but they will also have their second to none padlock designs. This will allow Doyle to pursue more business in government sales and service, especially to the infrastructure for utilities.”