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M-Tec (Malesela Taihan Electrical Cable) has chosen Afrisoft and TransLution to assist them with tracking and managing their cable anti-theft data.

Users are able to capture the start and end anti-theft barcode in each strand of a cable and relate them to a specific client. If any portion of the cable is recovered after theft has occurred, the rightful owner of the cable can be easily traced.

Malesela Taihan Electric Cable (Pty) Limited is a pioneer in the manufacture of non-ferrous products in South Africa. As a South African Black Economic Empowered Company, their constant endeavours to ensure continuous improvement of their products and maintaining technical expertise ensures that M-Tec remains a leading manufacturer in its field.

M-Tec manufactured South Africa’s first stranded copper wire as far back as 1924 and produced the country’s first aluminium rod in 1955. Today it is one of the country’s undisputed leaders in the manufacture and supply of power cables, aluminium overhead conductor, bare copper wire and strip products as well as optical fibre cable.

Company Backgrounds:

TransLution™ software was developed to assist manufacturing, warehousing and distribution companies to better manage their business processes and stock handling. The TransLution™ product is particularly focussed on robust integration to Syspro for a wide range of transactions. TransLution™ is distributed in Africa by AfriSoft Africa (Pty) Ltd and in Europe by K3 SYSPRO.

AfriSoft Africa (Pty) Ltd was founded in 1998 to serve the specialised needs of agribusiness, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution companies. AfriSoft provides consulting services for business improvement and distributes, implements and supports TransLution™, AGRIS™ and other business improvement software in Africa.