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Enhancing productivity with automation technology

1st December 2023


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Professional engineering service provider NJC specialises in the development and installation of industrial automation, control systems and management solutions that are tailored to meet specific customer requirements for performance and reliability.

Since its establishment in 1997, NJC has earned a strong reputation in the global automation industry. Notably, industry leaders such as ABB, Rockwell Automation, and HPE have endorsed NJC as their preferred channel partner for product design and implementation. Leveraging a foundation of robust engineering expertise and a diverse pool of experienced professionals, NJC offers comprehensive services to both industrial and corporate clients.

“Our mission is to excel in the realm of industrial IT and control systems, enabling world-class production environments. We aspire to be your top choice, recognised for our track record of delivering high-quality, innovative solutions that provide exceptional value to our clients,” says NJC engineering manager Yagishen Govender.

NJC offers turnkey process control solutions for companies in various industries throughout Southern Africa. Process control plays a crucial role in enhancing efficiency and productivity within businesses. By implementing control systems, companies can effectively manage and track their production processes, ensuring optimal performance.

NJC takes a top-down approach to information transfer, prioritising the business needs of corporate industries as the primary focus. 

“We understand the importance of scalable solutions, especially for small but growing industrial manufacturing companies. Our engineers are always balancing features against budgetary constraints without compromising on quality and reliability,” notes Govender.

One of NJC’s core skillsets and product offerings is industrial virtualisation, implementing secure, private, virtual cloud solutions on-premises, leading to dramatically increased uptime and consolidation of hardware infrastructure and cost savings.  Additionally, NJC emphasises the significance of disaster recovery systems with real-time replication and automated failover. 

Overall, NJC’s focus on industrial IT networks, scalable solutions, industrial virtualisation and disaster recovery showcases its commitment to providing cutting-edge and reliable information technology solutions to industry.

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter





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