Avnet Kopp, 'born' in February 1996 with the majority acquisition of Kopp Electronics Ltd by Avnet Inc, has become an exciting force in the South African component market.
Avnet is a US-based public company with annual sales in excess of $10 bn. It employs over 8000 people worldwide, and has component distribution operations in North America, United Kingdom, Europe, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand and Africa.
Avnet Kopp is a national South African component distributor, with its head office in Johannesburg, and branches in Cape Town and Durban. All offices are linked by a realtime on-line computer system and EDI links with our major suppliers, as well as to over the $1 bn inventory of the various Avnet operations worldwide.
Superior service to customers is at the core of Avnet Kopp's corporate culture. Its focus is to provide increasing value-added service to customers, thus cutting costs out of the supply chain.
Avnet Kopp offers a most comprehensive range of electronic and electrical components to the South African market. The Avnet connection has allowed it to take new leading component agencies, to offer customers total solutions. In addition, Avnet Kopp offers its customers cable assembly to a wide range of connectors, sourced from Avnet's ultra-modern production facilities in Phoenix, Arizona and Boston, as well as ISO9001 local cable harness manufacturers.
Avnet Kopp operates a quality management system and has been awarded the ISO 9002 certification from Dekra, the German testing authority.
Customer service being a dynamic, changing, ongoing process, means that Avnet Kopp commits itself to strive for the highest standards.
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