16 January 2013

Namibia: International Wire Company Sets Foot in Namibia

International cabling and labelling company Brady has set foot in Namibia through a partnership with DB Space who have been appointed as the sole distributors of Brady products in the country. Brady operates in 26 countries and distributes their products in more than 100 countries.

"The Brady identification systems for these markets are unique, because of the wide range of solutions they offer. These labels remain legible under temperature extremes, during chemical exposure and prolonged handling. Whilst the telecoms market will be the focal point for Brady solutions, we would also be marketing their other identification solutions locally", says Philip Galliano, owner of DB Space in Namibia.

Brady also offers products for identification and safety applications such as signs and markers, and the printers and software to produce them, wire identification, including labelling materials and tools for wire and cable marking in the electrical and telecommunication markets, as well as high-performance identification products, including labels and signs that remain legible and highly adhesive even in harsh environments.

The company also offers precision die-cut parts, including custom die-cut and slit materials for use in cellular phones, pagers, computer disk drives and automotive electronic components.

"In addition to being a distributor for cable and cabling solutions we can now take this one step further and help our clients keep their wiring properly identified. We have acquired a few handheld printing devices for bigger labels and these have sold very well so far and of course we'll stock all the consumables for these," says Galliano.

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