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OUR PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS

We offer world-class, progressive technology products, custom solutions and services. As leaders in electronic technology in the telecommunications, defence, transport and energy industries, we serve South Africa and select world markets.

Air Traffic Management

We service civilian and military airports and aerodromes in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Defence and Security

We supply systems and solutions to system integrators and end users in international aerospace and defence markets.

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Electronic Manufacturing

Our electronics assembly and manufacturing provides from "labour only" EMS to full product life cycle support and value add services.

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ICT Solutions

We provide dynamic and versatile full turnkey telecommunications solutions.

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OVER 50 YEARS OF INNOVATION

As leaders in electronic technology we know that expertise alone is insufficient to create real and lasting value for our customers. At Tellumat, we solve problems in a way that combines more than 50 years of technological innovation and expertise with new ways of doing business. Lasting partnerships with our customers and global technology partners are testimony to this.

TELLUMAT'S STATUS AS A MAJORITY BLACK-OWNED GROUP OFFERS EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES

Jointly owned by Masimong Technologies (51.1%) and the JSE-listed Stellar Capital (48.9%), Tellumat is ideally positioned as an empowering supplier for South African commercial, government and parastatal contracts. Tellumat’s 50 year track record of innovation and successful technology delivery provides the platform from which to drive new initiatives and expand possibility, adding long-term value to all its partners and customers.

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