Syntech opens in Gauteng

November 2014 News

Established in 2002, Syntech has continued to source and introduce the world’s leading products, cater for several industries and operate in multiple vertical markets, with particular focus placed on providing value added service and support.

Not only has Syntech moved into new premises in Cape Town, but is now pleased to announce its further expansion with the opening of a Johannesburg office in Midrand. This expansion into Gauteng is in keeping with sustaining Syntech’s significant growth over the past four years and was a necessary step.

At Syntech, customer service has always been the number one priority and it believes that by being able to provide Gauteng-based customers with local sales and support, the company will continue to go from strength to strength. Gauteng operations will also allow it to service other major centres, like Durban, Bloemfontein, Nelspruit and Kimberley, with ease since logistic and transport infrastructures to these regions are easier to access.

Syntech remains firm in its commitment in building strong and fruitful relationships with its resellers. The new branch will offer convenient access from both Johannesburg and Pretoria, and will have dedicated sales staff, local stock holding as well as a technical division for RMA, testing and assembly services. The Midrand branch will be managed by Francois Lottering, who is no stranger to the ICT distribution industry.

For further information, contact Francois Lottering, Syntech, +27 (0)11 053 1900,,


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