Modern manufacturing processes and highly qualified employees are guarantors for precision. In Germany at the place of location Velbert we produce and develop mechanical or electronic lock solutions and boltworks that fulfill all requirements of the security market. This is achieved by a constant modernisation of our manufacture facilities, the intensive advanced training of employees and supervision of all internal processes, which we secure by a careful selection of suppliers.
Our quality management accompanies and checks all company processes within the context of DIN EN ISO 9001:2015. The results are high-quality lock systems with maximum security. This is regularly confirmed to us by the VdS and other international testing institutes.
In the following overview you find our certificates for download.
WITTKOPP is a member of various associations of the security industry. In this way, we can promptly identify trends and developments within the industry and benefit from relevant industry expertise. The high functionality and future-oriented technologies of our products reflect this.
ESSA (European Security Systems Association) is an international association of the physical security industry. Its aim is to develop product standards and ensure a high level of quality. As an international, inter-sectoral network, ESSA unites all representative groups of the security industry – dealers, manufacturers, insurance companies, public authorities and credit institutions. Furthermore, the association stands for know-how and expert knowledge.
The EHI is a scientific institute of the retail industry. Its members include international retail companies and their associations, manufacturers of consumer and capital goods and various service providers. The EHI cooperates with the most important international retail institutes and associations. The focus is on research and exchange of experience.
The VfS (Association for Safety Technology) looks after safety concerns and logistical problems in areas with increased safety requirements. These include, for example, correctional facilities, airports, industrial companies, public institutions, shopping centres, banks, etc. The aim of the association is to optimise technical and organisational measures in order to improve security in highly sensitive areas of different user groups.