Reaffirming its status as the leading distributor of digital office automation equipment and document output solutions in Southern Africa, the Top 500 survey of South Africa’s […]
Reaffirming its status as the leading distributor of digital office automation equipment and document output solutions in Southern Africa, the Top 500 survey of South Africa’s Best Managed Companies has named Nashua Limited as the number one company in the local office automation sector.
The Top 500 survey recognises the top businesses in South Africa through employing a team of research analysts. This team gathers information from over 4,000 companies annually, and analyse the data to find the top five companies from 100 business sectors.
Nashua Limited Managing Director, Dave Coutinho notes that the Top 500 recognition is further evidence of the company’s continued success and longevity in the office automation market.
“Nashua is extremely proud to have received this honour from the Top 500 survey, and believe that it proves that we are market leaders, rather than followers.
“We firmly maintain that we have been able to achieve this position through offering our customers a customised end-to-end solution that can cater for any business scenario, and will ultimately ensure that their enterprise or organisation saves a considerable amount of time and money.”
Nashua has consistently achieved a dominant position in the office automation market, having largely held the number one position for over 25 years. It is the largest distributor of Ricoh products in the world, which has allowed it to offer its customers a wide range of leading office automation products which have the latest state-of-the-art technology.
Coutinho concludes that Nashua plans to maintain its market position for many years to come.
“Nashua intends to build on our established success in the office automation market, and continue to be an innovator and leader by providing our customers with comprehensive products and solutions that increase office efficiency and productivity; allowing them to do more with their time.”