Italian firm opens office in Cape Town

 

Italian-based and listed firm Datalogic  announced on Wednesday that it has set up an office in Cape Town, South Africa, to be closer to its existing clients and new potential customers. By Staff Writer


Datalogic – a global leader in Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation markets, and world-class producer of bar code readers, mobile computers, sensors and safety, vision and laser marking systems – said the new office in South Africa reflects the growing strategic significance of the region for Datalogic where it has been building its presence since 2013.

Datalogic operates in 30 countries and sells products in over 120 countries, offering over 40 years of experience in the development and design of data capture and process automation solutions in numerous vertical markets.

With solutions used in over one third of the world’s checkouts, airports and mail sorting offices, Datalogic  claims to be in a unique position to deliver products and solutions that help companies grow with enhanced efficiency and productivity.

“The South Africa office marks an important milestone for Datalogic expanding its direct presence into this fast growing region. Here the Customers we target are more and more in need of solutions to increase the efficiency and the quality of their operations” said Valentina Volta, Datalogic Business Development Division CEO. “The new Cape Town entity is fully equipped and ready to serve customers and business partners with sales, marketing, technical support, and administrative assistance”.

The company is serving major retailers, government entities and manufacturing companies in the region with the intent to penetrate the top vertical national markets across the country.

Datalogic is planning to expand into the South African Development Community.

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