Wasin Cable SA (Pty) Ltd
Wasin Cable SA was founded in July 2019 due to a long-standing business relationship with Nanjing Wasin Fujikura, China. The factory saw the potential for growth in fibre volume, which was being purchased through PKP Industry. This led to Wasin Cable SA opening, a South African fibre division, with exclusive distribution rights to Fujikura Fibre Optic Cable throughout Africa.
Wasin Cable SA will be focusing on Fibre Optic Cables. However it will also strongly address other market segments namely: Industrial, Domestic, Energy, Security, Telecommunication, Mining, Fire-Detection and Automation industries.
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Wasin Cable SA (Pty) Ltd
Units 2 & 3 Brentwood Business Park, Rd 3, Brentwood Park, Benoni, 1501Benoni Gauteng 1501South Africa
Benoni is a town in Ekurhuleni municipality, Gauteng, South Africa.Benoni was also the setting for the MTV-inspired movie Crazy Monkey: Straight Outta Benoni, released internationally in 2005. == People from Benoni == Urzila Carlson, New Zealand based comedian, from Benoni R. Graham Cooks, chemist Charlene, Princess of Monaco, (née Charlene Wittstock), swimmer, and consort of Prince Albert II of Monaco Bryan Habana, former Springboks rugby player Philip Holiday, IBF World Champion Boxer Morris Kahn (born 1930), Israeli billionaire, founder and chairman of Aurec Group Mildred Mangxola, singer and member of the Mahotella Queens Frith van der Merwe, schoolteacher at Benoni High and the most prolific female runner in the history of the Comrades Marathon Pops Mohamed, jazz musician Genevieve Morton, top model Grace Mugabe, former First Lady of Zimbabwe Bradley Player, cricketer Oliver Reginald Tambo, ANC, ANCYL and SACP hero during the Apartheid regime. Charlize Theron, Oscar-winning actress (Academy Awards: Best Actress Monster) Vic Toweel, former undisputed World bantamweight champion and South African boxing champion.
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