Securitas Delivers Managed Security Services to Lynk & Co

Securitas will provide security services in six major European markets to Lynk & Co, a mobility brand offering month-to-month mobility services. The multi-year contract includes Securitas’ access control, alarm, remote video, and training offerings. Securitas’ services will be delivered using a fully managed and globally scalable model.

  • Securitas provides highly integrated security and technology solution to Lynk & Co for a modern, open and safe environment.
  • Lynk & Co provides month-to-month mobility services.
  • Securitas has 150 global clients and more than 150 000 clients in total across 48 markets.
  • Securitas aims to double its sales of electronic security and security solutions by 2023.

Lynk & Co’s partnership with Securitas focuses primarily on its high-end city center ‘Clubs’, the first two of which recently opened in Gothenburg and Amsterdam, with more planned to open over the next few years.

Securitas’ solutions for Lynk & Co integrate fully with the Securitas Operational Center, which allows additional services such as alarm video verification and extraction, remote audio call out, and business intelligence applications packaged in a solution designed for Lynk & Co’s specific needs and requests.

“We enable that an innovative and recognizable company can focus on what they do best. Our fully managed security solutions combine local empowerment with global governance and are rapidly scalable to support the growth of every business,” said Peter Axelsson, director commercial development at Securitas. “Just like Securitas, Lynk & Co have ambitious plans and a keen focus on sustainability, and we look forward to changing drive car ownership in a new direction in the years to come.” 

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