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Future SA offers high level of service

2 April 2008 News

Future Electronics, one of the largest and most successful electronics distributors in the world, is a privately-owned entity with its global headquarters in Montreal. With a global presence, Future operates in 39 countries with 167 sales offices. It has three global distribution hubs in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.

The company is supported by a unique integrated software system, making it a dynamic and innovative force in the marketplace. This platform offers its customers worldwide information sharing and market intelligence.

Future Electronics' corporate marketing organisation is staffed by over 500 people who continually drive it to be a world leader in component technology and procurement expertise. The company's extensive stock is held at its global hubs in Boston, London and Singapore. With its 'low turns model' linked and live on the company's integrated IT platform, customers are offered a world view of best pricing and availability across the product range.

Future's products are delivered to customers in South Africa from its London warehouse with overnight capability, or with a standard 7 day lead time - whichever customers require.

Being marketing- and engineering-driven, and along with the low turns model, Future Electronics' customers worldwide are ensured the highest level of service. The company is an acknowledged leader in e-commerce supply-chain solutions, including sophisticated 'customer consultant' programmes which provide in-depth analysis and proposals on material handling.

With its South African headquarters in Cape Town and with branches in Centurion and Durban, Future Electronics endeavours to extend its world-class service to its South African customers.

For more information contact Craig Hemmes, Future Electronics, +27 (0)21 421 8292, craig.hemmes@futureelectronics.com, www.futuerelectronics.com



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