Car Lock Systems shows full product range at Automechanika 2022

The product portfolio with car keys, locks, hand transmitters and hand transmitter housings now comprises more than 17,000 OEM and QAP articles for almost all brands. The Dutch company from Sleeuwijk, which will soon move to new headquarters in Werkendam, will show all its products at the Automechanika 2022. How does Car Lock Systems manage that, on a stand with a surface area of “only” 32 square metres? We put the question to Jasper van Herwijnen, Managing Director and co-owner.

“These are products that are cut to code or produced on the basis of the VIN number, customised for each specific vehicle. It is impossible for a dealer (network) or garage to keep these kinds of products in stock for all the different brands and vehicles, and that is precisely why more than 40,000 customers and partners throughout Europe choose us as their preferred supplier.”

Visit hall 3.0 stand H83

At the fair, the company will demonstrate how customers can access its full range. Via a unique login, the right articles can be found quickly on the basis of chassis or OEM numbers. About 85% of the orders are completed online within 5 minutes in this way. Fast, simple and effective. Up to 1,000 orders are sent every day. Orders placed before 2 p.m. will be delivered tomorrow. This fast service enables Car Lock Systems’ customers to increase their turnover and customer satisfaction, without having to maintain an extensive stock.

Remote diagnosis and programming with the CIP Easy Car Key Programmer

Car Lock Systems will not only demonstrate the possibilities of car keys and locks. The company also has a lot to offer in the area of remote programming and diagnosis for all brands. With the CIP Easy Car Key Programmer, a wide range of remote services can be purchased. For example, programming keys, towbars, headlights, airbags, injectors and much more. The owner’s vehicle always remains in the workshop of the garage or dealer. This provides enormous savings in time and costs.


Op 9 August 2022