ESDA member profile: Regal Group

February 2005 News

The Regal Group commenced trading in 1981 as Regal Electronics in Cape Town. In 1997 it was bought out by the current MD, Raymond Katz. Regal acquired Sesco Security and took over the Rokonet and GKB agencies in 2004. Regal now has its head office in Randburg and has branches in Linden (Johannesburg), Centurion, Edenvale, Cape Town and Durban, and distributors in Pretoria, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth and Namibia.

With a reputation for friendliness, service and support, Regal offers the popular 'one stop shop' concept, providing the convenience of an extensive inventory range with all the latest products and technologies from an experienced and committed team.

In addition to Regal's house brand, Securi-Prod, products are sourced both locally and internationally. Regal is proud to offer the following ranges under exclusive licence in southern Africa:

* Remco - sealed lead acid batteries.

* Focus - perimeter beams.

* SASO - perimeter beams.

* Rokonet - alarms and detectors.

* GKB - CCTV.

* Sesco - DVR equipment.

With a national buying strategy, a sophisticated inventory control system and centralised warehousing, the Regal Group is well placed to provide a comprehensive solution to the security industry with quality products, competitive pricing and enhanced levels of service and support.

For more information contact Regal, 011 888 5666, [email protected], www.regalsecurity.co.za



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