Elmatica Welcomes Country Manager in South Africa


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Printed circuit broker Elmatica announce an expansion of its team in South Africa, welcoming Sebastian Mzobanzi Ndlovu as new country manager.

“A few weeks ago we announced our strategy to increase our presence in South Africa, we are now ready to put this strategy into effect and consequently establish a permanent and dedicated presence in South Africa. Sometimes, things simply go quicker than anticipated,” says CEO of Elmatica Didrik Bech.

Due to an increase in demand for printed circuits, knowledge sharing, transparency, process control, and compliance, Elmatica has added a new Country Manager to their team, and proudly to welcomes Sebastian Mzobanzi Ndlovu to the company.

A Powerful Combination

“Ndlovu will play an important role in the development and growth of our presence in South Africa. I believe Ndlovu's knowledge, experience, and understanding of the local market, combined with our 47 years of industry experience and global network, represents a powerful combination. This combination will be beneficial for all companies requesting Printed Circuits in South Africa,” says Bech.

Ndlovu joins Elmatica from Cirtech EDA and Eda Technologies in South Africa. He has also worked for both departments of social development and the South African municipality office in Mkhondo. He has over six years of experience from the PCB industry, where he has serviced and managed 45+ accounts within the aerospace, medical, automotive, defence and commercial industry.

Faster and Better Product Development

“I am honored to have been given the opportunity to join the Elmatica team, the oldest broker of printed circuits in the world, with a portfolio and experience, practically unlike anybody else. Elmatica's focus on transparency, documentation, digitization and digital supply chain are to my experience unlike all other actors in our industry. I hope my knowledge of the South African market, experience and language skills, combined with the professionalism and expertise of Elmatica, will ensure that South African companies can develop their products faster and better, so we can create winners together," says Ndlovu.  

“Ndlovu believes in the value of building long-lasting relationships and providing predictability and security to our customers. I hope his strength as a strategic partner to our customers, mapping their needs, requirements and proposing solutions that meet or challenge their objectives, will appeal to all. Now we are ready to support our South African customers even better,” says Bech.

About Elmatica

Elmatica was established in 1971 and is the oldest broker of PCB in the world. Delivering to 5 continents and 39 countries with over 10 000 orders per year, to small family businesses and companies listed on the stock exchange. We are honored for being selected to chair several new independent standards in our industry together with IPC. For more information, click here

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