PR-Nr. 10018-0020-05/2023
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Epicentre for electronic locking solutions: Forging ahead on the digital front, Lehmann attracts huge attention at interzum

Showgoers visiting the Minden-based specialist at interzum – which took place again in Cologne from 9 to 12 May 2023 after a four-year break – were able to witness the vast array of everything that’s been happening at Lehmann not only in terms of electronic locking systems for large-scale locker facilities and customised security concepts for companies but also in the domain of locks and interlock systems for furniture and containers. His company’s show performance brought a deserved smile of satisfaction to managing partner Sönke Schlüter. 

Rolling out a new stand concept, Lehmann focused on the four key areas of battery-operated locks, interconnected locks, self-service solutions and dial locks. About half of the stand’s floorspace was dedicated to electronic locking systems for secure storage. It was in this context that Lehmann demonstrated how complex RFID locker systems communicate in networks while also showing what potential their integration unleashes in practice.

Not only was communication between the interconnected „Captos“ RFID lockers and in-house developed Lehmann Management Software LMS the source of huge interest, but also the way in which it hooks up with third-party software – with the interzum stand also presenting „GoBright“ as a partner for reservation systems.

Showcasing the Lehmann Transponder app for using battery-operated and interconnected RFID locks as well as the Lehmann Config app for fast configuration of the new fingerprint and keypad systems by a facility manager, Lehmann also addressed the aspect of using smartphones for the solutions developed.

Lehmann presented the entire range of dial locks at interzum 2023. In particular, the company received positive feedback from customers for the newly designed „Dial Lock Public“. The optimised operating concept behind this freecode dial lock simplifies application for users and facility managers alike.

Security for home furniture

Just how far Lehmann’s „Security is our Passion“ slogan extends was revealed to many a visitor by the new „SVS Interlock“. The interlock system brings safety to all living-room, bedroom and children’s furniture fitted with several drawers. „SVS Interlock“ only ever makes it possible to open one drawer at a time, reducing the risk of furniture tipping over.

During the international trade fair for the furniture supplier sector and interior design industry, some 20 per cent more visitors were interested in Lehmann’s product developments than in 2019. But it was not only this number that exceeded the exhibitor’s expectations: guests were welcomed from 63 countries across the globe, accounting for 66 per cent of its audience from abroad.

Prepared for the future

„If there’s one thing we have learned at this year’s interzum, it’s that we’re in great stead even now to embrace the future with our security and safety solutions. Following our end-to-end configuration and operating philosophy, we know how to meet – and often even exceed – the exacting and widely varying expectations our customers place on flexible and user-friendly locking systems to give them precisely what they need. And on the ‚customised solutions‘ front, we were able to demonstrate our expertise as a partner for individually tailored project solutions in the logistics sector“, Sönke Schlüter explains.

For Lehmann, though, interzum 2023 is not over yet. Anyone unable to get to Cologne or wanting to experience the presentation once again is invited to relive all or just specific parts of the line-up shown by going to

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Caption 1a + b: During the international trade fair for the furniture supplier sector and interior design industry, some 20 per cent more visitors were interested in Lehmann's stand than in 2019. Photo: Lehmann

Caption 2: Lehmann's "Central Control Panel" extends the benefits of interconnected systems to include the ability to self-manage lockers on an intuitive basis. Following the principle of the "Packstation", parcel drop-off station, users can select and use their locker with no outside help via the central terminal's touch display using an RFID transponder. Photo: Lehmann

Caption 3: At Interzum 2023, Lehmann also provided an overall picture of battery-operated locks using "keyless security" technology. New to the portfolio: the "M410" electronic locking system with fingerprint module. Photo: Lehmann

Caption 4: Displaying "Giro RFID MIFARE" and the keypad "Giro TA" option, Lehmann used interzum to present two new battery-operated turn-knob locks as an electronic solution for the 16 x 19 aperture. Key aspect in talks with customer: the battery is changed externally. Photo: Lehmann

Caption 5: Big on dial locks: Lehmann showcased the entire range at interzum 2023. Pictured on the left, "Dial Lock Public". The optimised operating concept behind this freecode dial lock simplifies application for users and facility managers alike. Photo: Lehmann


The family owned business LEHMANN in Minden/Westphalia is one of the of European leaders for mechanical and electronic locking systems for furniture and more. The range of applications extends from office and commercial furnishings, lockers and safe deposit boxes, shopfitting and interior furnishing, laboratory, warehouse and factory equipment, caravan and boat building up to vending machines. Two modern plants with own research and product development as well as tool and mould construction, foundry, plastic injection moulding and electroplating form the basis for innovation and quality of the products. Around 340 employees worldwide ensure customer satisfaction and delivery reliability. In addition Lehmann actively markets individual steps in its supply chain as industrial services.

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