Support of ISO 23875 recommendations gaining traction around the world...
- ONE of the TOP FIVE global mining companies with sites across Australia, Africa and North America already includes ISO 23875 as a global requirement for new machines.
- Multiple OEMs actively working to understand and address requirements.
- Additional industries revising standards to gain alignment with ISO 23875 (SAE, ANSI, EN)
- Bringing OEMs, industrial health, mining companies, regulators, service and maintenance functions together to generate support and adoption.
The largest, single-source supplier of auto-electrical, heavy-duty components, collision avoidance systems and associated technical services in Southern Africa.
Established in 1991 by Edwin William Smith, Trysome is well represented country-wide with its head office in Jet Park, Boksburg, Gauteng and branches in KwaZulu Natal (2), Mpumalanga, North West, Northern Cape and Western Cape. Across the border, Trysome operates branches in Botswana (Jwaneng & Letlhakane), Mozambique and Zambia and has recently appointed two Authorised Distributors in Namibia.
Trysome is focused on sourcing OEM and specialised auto-electrical, replacements components, associated technical services and collision avoidance systems for operators of heavy-duty automotive, earth-moving, construction, agricultural, transport and mining machinery.
In addition to sourcing, Trysome is committed to the development and innovation of auto-electrical and safety products. The Company's state-of-the-art technology, in collision avoidance and safety systems, has already been adopted by, and is operational in, many of Southern Africa's mines.
As a key supplier to major heavy-duty, original manufacturers, Trysome is backed by a technical support system with experienced personnel on hand to assist with the correct and appropriate selection of auto-electrical components.
At Trysome, our products are often the solution for the industry segments that we serve.