Socabelec East Africa was founded in October 2003 after completion of a CCTV project at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). Socabelec EA is the sister company of Socabelec SA in Belgium.
Founded in 1965 and specialized in electricity, Socabelec EA integrates industrial automation and robotics into the different stages of the production line. Socabelec EA is an integrator in robotics and automation for the industry. Dynamic and versatile, Socabelec EA has developed in order to satisfy both current and future customer needs.
Welcome to Socabelec East Africa
In October 2003, a branch in Nairobi, Kenya to serve East Africa was opened with one Belgium engineer to manage and teach the new Kenyan team about the new technology in the different fields proposed by Socabelec SA (Belgium) the mother company of Socabelec East Africa. With competent management staff and modern technology we have been able to be in the leading edge in providing products and services in the fields of energy, power solutions, automation and industrial electricity to our esteemed clients in Kenya.
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Socabelec East Africa Operations Review Team ensures that Socabelec EA establishes, documents, implements and maintains a scaleable Quality Management System for managing effective, global business operations.
The Quality Management System gives the organization a focal point for promoting best practice and continuous improvement in accordance with Socabelecís Quality Policy.
News & Events
Company Quality Policy
Socabelec EA has extensive experience and industry-wide knowledge in the following areas:
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Socabelec East Africa became official partners and distributors of DEIF products.
Daily Nation, April 4, 2008
Installation of new control pump systems on three Kenya Pipeline Corporation (KPC) stations is almost complete.
Daily Nation, March 18, 2008
Socabelec East Africa Chief Executive Officer says it has made a profit just three years into operation marked with several setbacks.
Daily Nation, 12 October 2007
Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has received two diesel power generators to commence the KShs. 40 million project to strengthen power supply in key border towns.
The East African, 23 - 29 April, 2007
One of the company's memorable moments was the completion of a power station in Moyale in Northern Kenya.