LAPP Southern Africa


Lapp Southern Africa opened its doors as a distribution partner for LAPP products and accessories in 1994 and since then, the success and milestones have been immeasurable. In 2015 the Stuttgart- based Lapp Group intensified its activities in Southern Africa and LAPP Southern Africa became a 100% subsidiary of the LAPP Group. Today Lapp cables produces cables and connectors for different industries and markets. Mechanical and system engineering, the automotive industry MSR technology electrical and installation engineering, EDC and many more. Our customers appreciate our expertise and service. The 40,000 products in our catalogue reflect our manufacturing prowess. We always want to offer the best solution. If the customer cannot find what they are looking for in our catalogue, our experts are on hand to develop a solution together.


Chad Andrews on the left, our Managing Director

Venessa Botha on the right, our Head of Finance & HR


LAPP Southern Africa's past social responsibility projects

During 2018/2019 LAPP Southern Africa wanted to invest in our country's future generations by taking on several project. LAPP Southern Africa makes monthly donations to Jicama, a Non-Profit Organization that supports the children in the care of Sibonile School. he Sibonile School provides schooling, accommodation, food and clothing for 189 children, who are either partially sighted, totally blind or deaf and blind. It is apparent therefore that some of the pupils are not academic. A simple question then is what does the future of a visually impaired hold if his/her education does not provide anything in that regard? Our goal is to fully prepare the visually impaired persons for meaningful integration/inclusion in the society. Sibonile had thought of establishing a vocational training centre for the blind (inner vision centre), where the visually impaired would be empowered.

Our donations helps them support 2 children in their care. We contribute to Jicama's Annual Christmas Party .Jicama has been hosting this joyous event since 2005, and it is always a memorable occasion to close off the year with such a fun filled event. All of the 186 learners receive Christmas presents and party packs and enjoy a fun filled day of entertainment. Monthly contribution to Meals-on Wheels. While Meals-on Wheels is very proud of the fact that our national program has reached a service level of over 29 million meals per year, the great need in our country keeps them ever reminded that their work for the less fortunate will never end. While their national program currently comprises over 700 service points – aided by over 1400 voluntary helpers – the cries of those whom they have yet to reach keeps them ever focused on their expansion plans. With 27% of South Africa's population unemployed, and with a reported 14 million people going to bed hungry every night, they are always looking for ways and means of expanding and improving of their various services to humanity.