We have invested in our services area and are the only authorised Fujikura Service Lab in Southern Africa.
Through our team of professional, qualified technicians and a fully functional maintenance laboratory, we promise low turn-around times for services and repairs.
ICLogistix is the right choice for you.
Our products incorporate proven technologies precisely engineered for the toughest environments.
From the first sales call, and through order specifications, delivery and service, we are ready to earn your business every day.
ICLogistix is the sole authorised distributor of Fujikura in Southern Africa providing superior precision equipment and tools.
Through Fujikura's extensive knowledge in optical technology, they continuously challenge themselves to create and innovate splicers that are well known for their ruggedness and reliability worldwide.
ICLogistix’s work and equipment is of the highest standard and has been a benefit to our business, assisting us in becoming one of the most efficient and productive fibre-optic businesses.
I can confidently recommend ICLogistix as a solid and reliable supplier, and experts in their field.
Mr K Naidoo, Optic Copper
Fibre Utility Networks is an established fibre optic systems company. We currently use the Fujkura Arc Fusion Splicer 50S up to the 70S which we’ve purchased from ICLogistix and they also service all our machines. Fibre Utility Networks can definitely recommend ICLogistix as a reliable and trustworthy supplier within the fibre optic industry.
Wessels Pretorius, Fibre Utility Networks
We would like to endorse ICLogisitx for the excellent service provided to us on the Fujikura products we have purchased. Our staff complement consists 21 splicing teams and they are all equipped with Fujikura products. We have received outstanding service from Zach and his team. Their track record with us alone speaks for itself.
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