Ellies is an investment holdings company for businesses involved in the manufacture, trading and distribution of a diverse range of products and services, inclusive of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) and satellite products and related accessories, electrical, signal distribution, residential and commercial LED lighting solutions, solar PV, sound and AV equipment distribution and installation.
Ellies Electronics (Pty) Ltd, which is the heartbeat of our organisation, operates out of 13 branches and trade counters in South Africa, with presence in all nine provinces and wholly-owned branches in Namibia, Botswana and Swaziland. Ellies Industries manufactures, sells and distributes various products related to markets we serve, including satellite dishes, terrestrial aerials, TV brackets, mounts and shelving solutions, whilst offering bespoke industry solutions and custom-made products.
Ellies listed on the Alternative Exchange of the JSE (AltX) on the 5 September 2007 and moved to the Main Board in 2010, under the Electronics and Electrical Sector.
The Group is ideally positioned to capitalise on increasing demands for our products and services and introduce innovative new solutions to our ever-growing customer base in all the markets we serve.
Unaudited Interim Results for the six months ended 31 October 2018 – Download
SENS – Trading Statement
SENS – Changes to the board of directors
SENS – Extension of contract of interim chief financial officer
SENS – Change to the board of directors
SENS – Results of adjourned annual general meeting and change in function of director
SENS – Results of AGM, adjournment of AGM, reappointment of directors and appointment of alternative director
SENS – Notification of change in audit firm due to merger
SENS – Clarification on the position of Elliot Salkow
SENS – Update on annual general meeting and withdrawal of resolutions to be proposed at the annual general meeting
SENS – Change of company secretary
SENS – Change to the board of directors – Elliot Salkow retires as Executive Chairman
Down but not out of contention – Financial Mail Magazine