Securitas Acquires to Broaden Offerings in Mexico

The acquired company, Central de Alarmas Adler, is a full-service security and monitoring provider that operates throughout Mexico.

UNIONTOWN, Ohio – Securitas has acquired Central de Alarmas Adler in Mexico from Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE: DBD) for an estimated $5.5 million.

A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that the purchase was made by Securitas Electronic Security (SES).


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Based in Monterrey, Mexico, Central de Alarmas Adler provides installation, maintenance and system integration of monitoring services, alarm panels and related devices, video surveillance, fire/life-safety systems and access control equipment.

Central de Alarmas Adler delivers services to more than 6,000 customers throughout Mexico with an extensive technical network.

In a news release, Securitas says the acquisition extends its footprint in Mexico and further strengthens its competence and knowledge within the electronic security services area.

The acquisition was completed May 1.


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