Electronics Buyers' Guide (EBG) - Directory of the South African Electronics Industry
ExecuKit

Micro Industrial Park, Unit B4, 17 Hammer Street, Strijdom Park

tel:  
+27 11 791 3548
email:  
renita.fleischer@execukit.co.za
url:  
www.execukit.co.za


News from ExecuKit:
Not the end, but a journey
30 June 2020, News, ExecuKit

ExecuKit’s Renita Fleischer and Elizna Classen offer local companies a route to help them navigate their way through what has become the ‘new normal.’

Locked down but not knocked out
29 April 2020, News, ExecuKit

We as a company salute the component suppliers who have supported us and are there to assist during this time even if the requests we pose are not always realistic.

Locked down but not knocked out
25 March 2020, News, ExecuKit

As a business, we are facing extremely hard times with the current worldwide pandemic and isolation. We are all maintaining social distancing and must learn how to do business with an enforced lockdown ...

Appointment: ExecuKit
29 January 2020, News, ExecuKit

ExecuKit has appointed Marshant Benadie in a technical support role.    His duties will include developing business with clients within the electronics distribution and manufacturing industry; managing ...

Is the supply chain broken?
30 April 2019, News, Editor's Choice, Electrocomp, Diel Met Systems, ExecuKit, NuVision Electronics, RF Design

The world’s insatiable demand for electronic goods has created a monster: a supply chain that spans the globe and relies on the entirety of our collective knowledge and experience in the pursuit of industry.

Company profile: Execukit
10 October 2018, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services, ExecuKit

Execukit is a relatively new fixture in the South African electronics manufacturing sector, having been founded in March 2017 with the vision of offering “a different approach to materials procurement, ...

Electronics & communications technology news:
Personality profile: Renato Martins
28 April 2021, Editor's Choice, Altron Arrow

“Spending more locally will create jobs, which in turn will have more people paying taxes, which in turn will create more opportunities.”

Hensoldt and CSIR sign radar development agreement
28 April 2021, News

A new generation of tactical 3D surveillance radar systems is being developed for naval and land deployment, which will modernise one of Hensoldt’s key radar product lines and further enhance its extensive ...

Electronic warfare: Vying for control of the electromagnetic spectrum
28 April 2021, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT, Concilium Technologies

Future systems will move from being adaptive to using new AI and machine learning capabilities to decipher constant changes in spectrum use.

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