LD Africa partners with Milesight

1 October 2020 News

LD Africa is now an approved partner of Milesight’s security and surveillance solutions in South Africa.

Established in 2011, Milesight is a high-tech company, specialising in design, development and manufacturing of video surveillance solutions, including network cameras, NVRs, software and apps.

Over half of Milesight’s employees are R&D; engineers. Therefore, Milesight can introduce innovative products and satisfy customers' needs with customised solutions. Aiming at providing functional and affordable surveillance solutions, Milesight strives to develop stylish, quality products. Milesight is an ISO9001 certified company and its products are CE, FCC, LVD, RoHS and UL certified, among others, meeting the demanding requirements of security industries.

Milesight adapts to each surveillance demand from the global security market and has now provided its products to over 90 countries and regions, creating a wide spectrum of end-to-end solutions for retail, government, industry, education, commercial, city surveillance, etc.

Corlia de Swardt, marketing manager at LD Africa, says, “We are privileged to add the Milesight range to our offering and are excited to work with Milesight as our partner in South Africa. Milesight products will afford us and our local partners the opportunity to compete in the higher end of the market.”


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