About Kenstan Fixture Services
Backed By an Industry Leader
Since 1963, Kenstan Lock Company has been the leading global manufacturer of high-quality showcase and cabinet locks. Each year we continue to enhance our product lines to accommodate the ever-changing needs of our commercial, industrial and retail clients. Kenstan locks are manufactured using the highest standards of quality and we proudly stand behind each and every product we deliver. From the locks we personally assemble in our factory to our shipping and customer service departments, our goal is to provide the best experience possible from start to finish. Our commitment to total service allows us to assist with security layouts, keying plans and customized products to meet your specific security demands.
- Oscar Bosch – President
- Jack Raye – Manager, Trade Compliance, Ext. 517
- Kim Radan – Retail Service Coordinator, Ext. 519
- Anthony Montesanto – Parts & Keying, Ext. 309
GROWING OUR NETWORK
KFS has spent the last 3 years building relationships with locksmiths all over the country in order to better serve our customer’s needs.
Our parent company; Kenstan is proud to be the primary supplier for all our locking needs, featuring our proprietary Keymatic and next gen K2 locks. Keymatic and K2 locks feature simplistic re-keyable functionality by using a specialized key called a “Change tool.” With a change tool, a lock can be “re-keyed,” up to 8 times and can easily be done on the store level. All locks are assembled by hand at our factory located in Plainview, NY.
STORE SPECIFIC KEYING
All locks can be custom built for specific purposes right down to each department of each franchise having its own designated keycode. Keymatic and K2 locks are assigned restricted keyways, which do not repeat in stores for a ~200 mile radius to ensure if keys are ever stolen, no other stores can be put at risk. When stores follow proper procedure, we are able to overnight a change tool and keys directly to the store to protect merchandise and ensure the stores do not lose out on sales or the costly price of swapping out an entire department worth of locks.