South African enclosure manufacturer announces breakthrough high security enclosure

The value and complexity of equipment deployed across vast geographical areas has increased massively. The need to protect the function of these networks and devices has been met with all sorts of interesting ideas. Some challenges have been brilliantly overcome, but no solution has been able to completely address the convergence of the challenges that exist in this environment. Often-overlooked or forgotten challenges Vandalism: Due to the high value of enclosure content, bypassing a smart meter, disabling a surveillance system or simply stripping the contents for sale on the black market are…
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40 years of local manufacture and local innovation

Being a truly local company Allbro has been at the forefront of addressing some of the unique challenges associated with local electrification. Connecting more than 12 million homes to the grid across what is often a very challenging landscape resulted in the creation of solutions that were unique and in some cases global firsts. The additional challenge associated with many of the regions having harsh climates contributed to the development of robust and durable solutions that are different than what is typically found in Europe, where our local standards have originated from. Split metering…
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2017 year end function – Allbro

February 2017  
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Allbro celebrates culrtural heritage day - 22nd of September 2017

Allbro South Africa celebrates it great diversity and culture November 2017  
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Celebrating 35 Years in Business

November 2013 At the end of 2013, the Allbro Group celebrated its 35th year in business. Specialising in the manufacture of high quality non-metallic electric enclosures, transformer accessories, locks, hinges and insulators, the company employs over 300 factory-based staff. It was decided that the year-end function would take the form of a soccer day. This caused a lot of excitement and staff formed ten soccer teams kitted out in Allbro branded shirts, sporting their team colours. Lunch hours suddenly became a hive of team discussions about match day strategies and about who posed the biggest…
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