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RS Components (RS) has launched an online store for African customers. www.rsonline.africa is geared to meet the requirements of a growing continent with demand from various industries such as manufacturing, mining, automotive, utilities, electronics, and industrial IOT, says Brian Andrew, Managing Director of RS South Africa.

RS Components launches African ecommerce store“Customers in Africa had access to our products prior to the website, however there were long lead times and higher freight costs depending on location. With the new website customers receive their products much quicker and we can give additional markets in Africa access to our range through our e-commerce platform where they can pay via credit card. There is also an improved customer experience with our French and Portuguese speaking sales agents, so that customers can comfortably engage in their language of preference,” Andrew says.

“So much is happening in Africa – we want our engineers, makers and maintenance professionals to have access to the widest range of products and the latest technologies to achieve their goals and to develop the products and solutions of the future. The rest of the world has easy access to these goods, now so does Africa.”

The new RS Africa website currently services Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, with more to follow in the future.

Founded as Radiospares in 1937, RS Components is the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, a global engineering distributor. The company started as a supplier of parts to the radio market and now has operations in Europe, North America, Asia and Africa offering a diverse portfolio of more than 500 000 industrial, maintenance and electronic components across 2500 global brands.

The company is passionate about STEM education and supports a number of initiatives aimed at upskilling the next generation of engineers and technicians globally, Andrew says. RS also supports numerous engineering endeavours such as Solar Car Challenges, the SpaceX – Hyperloop challenge, Development of 3D prosthetics, various robot prototypes, and initiatives that develop and improve satellite technology for space.

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