Came Automation launches in Western Cape

February 2014 News

TRI-BPT Automation has launched the Came range of systems and products to a group of customers and friends in Cape Town.

The event was held at the Oakdale Club in Belville and around 70 people attended. After a presentation on Came’s product range the guests had an opportunity to see the products in a showroom prepared especially for the event. Here they could interact with the various solutions of the group and discuss projects and business opportunities. They were assisted by the complete staff of TRI-BPT’s Cape Town branch and managers from the HQ in Johannesburg. Came Group is re-entering the South African market after the acquisition of BPT in Italy and therefore becoming the controlling shareholder of TRI-BPT.

The group’s offering has become very large in the automation field: from the simple slide and swing gate to a complete access control offering for garage doors, industrial doors, traffic barriers, door automation, turnstile, parking systems and automatic bollards.

“The Came group has a basket of global solutions which can be beneficial to many players in the market: installers, distributors, consulting engineers, facility managers and architects,” commented Andre Huysamer, Cape Town branch manager.

“Now our target market is more informed about the solutions we can offer, which are complemented by the pre and after sales services provided by the branch and HQ technical support in any phase of the development of a project,” says Huysamer.


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