Honeywell-TeqTrader secures Nortech deal

September 2002 News

Nortech, a global supplier of manufactured components for detection systems, has entered into an agency agreement with Honeywell-TeqTrader that will see the full Nortech product range made available through Honeywell-TeqTrader's southern African supply network.

Nortech's Robyn Boschoff says: "We are delighted with the agreement because it means that our products will now be accessible to customers through Honeywell-TeqTrader's very comprehensive branch network."

Nortech has already established itself as an independent specialist detector supplier. Prior to the agency agreement, Honeywell-TeqTrader had already sold a number of Nortech access control card readers to its own customer base. Honeywell-TeqTrader's Frank Fowles describes the Nortech range of proximity devices as being cost-effective, quality products.

The company has perfected SMT (surface mounted technology), thereby ensuring ongoing standards of quality and uniformity as dictated by internationally recognised research institutes.

For more information: Frank Fowles, Honeywell-TeqTrader, 011 805 1201.

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