1,400m2 (15,000 sqf) security for your strategic assets
Strategic Tangible Assets
METAL + LOCK = METLOCK
With us, the name is the program: We store metals behind locks and bars. METLOCK GmbH is a high-security duty-free warehouse. Our company offers private customers the safe storage of their property assets. Industrial customers can set up an external warehouse with us. Completely at the safety level of classic safe rooms. We are experts in the storage of strategic raw materials and precious metals, so your tangible assets and raw materials are in the best hands with us.
One-off level of safety
Metals and tangible assets stored at METLOCK are protected by walls of two metres (six feet) of reinforced concrete and a steel door with several tonnes of dead weight. A sophisticated electronic security system and the activation of the police also provide security. All physical goods are fully insured against all risks. In doing so, we significantly exceed the safety requirements of the insurers required for our policy.
By combining the various security systems, METLOCK offers a level of safety that is unique in the European Union. As our customer, you benefit from this security. We offer all this at a fair cost.
Type of building: High-security bunker
Storage area: 1,400 m2 (15,000 sqf)
Wall thickness: Mind. 2 meters (6 feet) reinforced concrete
Security level: Extremely high (10 CD EX)
In autumn 2021, the time will come
Fort Knox on the Main is getting even bigger! From autumn 2021, our customers will have 900m2 (10,000 sqf) more and thus a total of 2,300m2 (25,000 sqf) of safe storage space at their disposal. An upstream hall is being built at the METLOCK bunker, which is used for the optimised delivery and handling of raw materials. In the course of this construction project, the entire complex will be walled with wire mesh and equipped with automatic spotlights and additional surveillance cameras. A meeting room with an outdoor area is being built on the roof of the hall.
This computer animation shows what the bunker will look like after the extensive expansion:
Visualization of the building complex after expansion