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Webb-Nordix partnership proves highly successful

18 May 2005 News

Nordix Group has reported that since its appointment of local company Webb Industries as its southern African agent, business flow had increased at a very fast pace, which demonstrates that the market has high demand for good quality at the right price.

The cables manufactured by Nordix are in compliance with the new European Union RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive 2002/95 EC and 2003/11/EC, which protects the environment and also helps the companies engaged in trade with companies from the European Union to avoid any rejections for non-compliant goods.

Nordix's Ricardo Folgueira believes that Webb is capable of handling the whole SADC region without any problems: "Webb Industries has the experience and the means to attend to the market demands. We are very happy with our partnership, the potential of growth in the near future is remarkable."

The Nordix Group was established in 1975 in Madrid, Spain, and has become one of the main coaxial cables manufacturers in Europe. The company's Quality Assurance Plan is certified according to ISO 9001:2000 since 1998, and the Environmental System is certified under ISO 14001:1996 since 2000. All cables are manufactured in compliance with the EU RoHS Directive.





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