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Mean time between failure of 40 000 hours with Kenwood two-way radios from Global Communications

1st April 2021 Selected two-way radios in the Kenwood NX1000 range have demonstrated a very commendable Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) of up to 40 000 hours. Excellent features like this have prompted Global Communications (an Elvey Group company and part of the Hudaco Group of companies) to offer an... 

Beating temperature extremes with Kenwood two-way radios from Global Communications

5th November 2020 Global Communications (an Elvey Group company and part of the Hudaco Group of companies) recently announced that selected two-way radios from the Kenwood NX1000 range will be covered by a five-year warranty. “This move clearly demonstrates our complete confidence in the radios to operate in the... 

Global Communications

11th April 2019 Established in 1977, integrated solutions and telecommunications organisation Global Communications is geared to design, implement and supply a communication solution for its customers, providing them the freedom to communicate anytime, anywhere. Starting as a two-way radio company 42 years ago,... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

28th November 2014 Eskom and Anglo American have concluded a memorandum of understanding that maps out the process to be followed to enable the parties to conclude a final coal-supply contract for the Kusile power station. 
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