Cell door partnership announced

GAME Engineering and Pickersgill-Kaye have announced a joint venture to develop advanced cell door locks. GAME has recently seen success supplying Kaye Class 1 cell locks to Crown Courts, HM Prisons and Young Offenders Institutes, as well as Immigration Removal Centres.

Sep 21, 2006
By David Howell
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GAME Engineering and Pickersgill-Kaye have announced a joint venture to develop advanced cell door locks. GAME has recently seen success supplying Kaye Class 1 cell locks to Crown Courts, HM Prisons and Young Offenders Institutes, as well as Immigration Removal Centres.

Kaye Class 1 has undergone extensive development in consultation with various government departments and is now installed in a number of custody suites in the UK, including Cleveland and Essex.

The company`s Prison and High Security Department Manager Kevin Bennett commented on the link with the lock manufacturer: “Our attitude is that we stand or fall on the quality of our product, so to be able to have a partnership with the company that manufactures the best in lock technology is a very positive development. Pickersgill-Kaye has been very thorough in its development of the custodial lock and the company`s philosophy is very complementary to our approach. We know our products aren`t the cheapest, but they are amongst the best.”

John Moore, Pickersgill-Kaye`s business development Manager for security and engineering products, commented: “GAME`s advance into the custodial sector has reflected our increasing penetration of the market as GAME developed their door at the request of the Home Office. Like us, they take great pride in operating to the highest standards of conduct and practice, using the most appropriate and proven materials.

“GAME prison and police cell doors and accessories are gaining ground and our shared philosophy provides a good foundation for our link.”

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