Sesco appoints sole agent for Cape Town

February 2003 News

Sesco Security recently announced the selling of its Cape Town Branch to One2One Security Distributors. The change-over became effective on 01 January, 2003.

One2One has been Sesco's Agent in Port Elizabeth since it acquired sole distributorship of the company's products. So successful has One2One Security Distributors been since its acquisition of the agency that it approached Sesco with an offer to take over the Cape Town Branch.

After careful consideration, Sesco has decided that it would be a good opportunity for both companies if One2One acquired the Cape Town Agency. "One2One's promise to uphold excellent service to its customers has ensured its renowned reputation in the Eastern Cape and we have no doubt that its outstanding reputation will have preceded its entry into the Cape Town market," says Douglas Luscombe of Sesco Security.

One2One, acting as Sesco's distributor in Cape Town, will continue to offer the full stable of products including the renowned Rokonet alarm products and GKB CCTV ranges.

The company's address and contact numbers will remain the same. They are:

Unit 12, St Michaels Park,

St Michaels Road,


Box 43, Observatory, 7935

Tel: 021 448 6333

Fax 021 448 6332.

For more information contact Douglas Luscombe, Sesco Security, 031 303 4022.

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