South Africa: SegenSolar sells Renusol mounting systems exclusively


Wholesaler SegenSolar (Pty) Ltd supplies the South African market with PV mounting systems from German brand Renusol exclusively. Via its online portal, SegenSolar offers the entire Renusol range – solutions for mounting photovoltaic installations both on the ground and on all types of roofs. SegenSolar is part of British PV wholesaler Segen Ltd.

SegenSolar chooses Renusol as exclusive partner

Sven Künzel, Renusol’s Managing Director: “Renusol and Segen have been working together very successfully for four years now. We were therefore delighted when Segen approached us with its plans to expand to South Africa, where Segen has decided to sell only Renusol mounting solutions.”

Andy Pegg, Managing Director and founder of Segen Ltd: “For the South African market, we purposefully searched for products that would be suitable for most installations. As its mounting systems are quick and easy to install and can be used with all kinds of systems, Renusol was the obvious choice.”

SegenSolar sells entire Renusol product range online

SegenSolar sells the entire Renusol system portfolio in South Africa. On the SegenSolar online portal, installers and tradesmen can compile and order complete photovoltaic installations, which are delivered within 48 hours. As all components are stored locally and delivered as complete systems, the logistics are conceivably simple for both Segen and its customers.

“Segen’s business model consisting of online shop and local warehouse is the perfect fit for Renusol’s mounting systems. Not only do our systems require little storage space in the warehouse thanks to the small number of components, but we at Renusol also take particular care to ensure that our mounting systems are easy to install. This makes them perfect for the e-commerce world, as Segen’s customers can start using our products in next to no time,” explains Thomas Weile, Business Development Manager at Renusol.

Source: www.segensolar.co.za


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