On the 27th February Australian Made Chief Executive, Ben Lazzaro, visited REDARC Electronics' Adelaide office to welcome them as Australian Made’s newest licensee.
Recently celebrating its 40th Anniversary, REDARC Electronics is a family-owned, South Australian company that specialises in the research, design, development and manufacturing of electronic voltage converters and associated products for automotive mining, defence and leisure industries.
REDARC Managing Director, Anthony Kittel and Australian Made Chief Executive, Ben Lazzaro
Mr Lazzaro said, “It’s fantastic that REDARC has chosen to celebrate its Australian credentials by carrying the trusted Australian Made logo on its products.
While REDARC is making a powerful statement about its product offering, it is also demonstrating its commitment to promoting local manufacturing and its support of the local electronic products industry.”
REDARC research, design, develop and manufacture advanced electronic products in South Australia, and are renowned for their range of electronic voltage converters, power supplies, DC to DC battery chargers, brake controllers and trailer braking products.
REDARC Managing Director, Anthony Kittel, said, “With a growing export portfolio, the time was right to bring more attention to our Australian-made products. We believe that ‘Australian Made’ is a point of competitive advantage.
We know that fellow Australians feel strongly about supporting local industry, and using the Australian Made logo is the easiest way for customers to identify these products.”
The Australian Made logo will make its debut on many of REDARC’s popular products including their range of Tow-Pro Electric Trailer Brake Controllers, gauges, BCDC In-vehicle Battery Chargers, Battery Managements Systems such as The Manager series, their recently launched control and distribution system - RedVision, safety products such as the Roll Over Sensor and Battery Master Isolation Switch and many more.
To learn more about REDARC, visit www.redarc.com.au.
REDARC Electronics celebrated as Australian Made’s newest licensee
Thursday, February 27, 2020