SA electronics suppliers join forces

Wednesday, 24 March, 2004

Adelaide-based Tyronics and Tekelek have merged combining their design and manufacturing operations.

Tekelek produced advanced electronic controls for air-conditioners and heaters, supplying companies such as Carrier, Honeywell, Climate Technologies and Seeley International.

Tytronics was involved in the HVAC market and electronic gas ignition systems.

Former Tekelek general manager Phil Court-Kowalski has been appointed CEO of the expanded business, which will trade under the name of Tytronics.

Mr Court-Kowalski said the merger would also add another dimension to the Tekstream services division, which was launched by Tekelek last year to provide manufacturers with a specialist electronic design and production service.

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