is a unique organization in the national scene. Beltronix
pioneered the first ever-electronic industry in Nepal
setting the example that it could be done. This led
to the emergence of a new sub-sector in Nepal saving
Nepalese Millions in Indian and Foreign currency by
making in Nepal what previously had to be imported.
Some of our electronics products are being used in India,
Bhutan, Bangladesh, Europe and the Americas.
pioneered the electronic industry by manufacturing the
first ever Volt guard in Nepal. Starting merely as a
small factory, it has grown into a reputed company innovating
& manufacturing various electronic equipments.
took it’s reputation as an electronic engineering
company into the computer field. Though starting late
as compared to others it has already established it
self as a major player in the computer arena.
has the most comprehensive range of computer products
& services. (We count among our customers not just
about every computer using institution in Kathmandu
but, even our bigger computer dealer friend who appreciate
the convenience of finding parts & service right
here in Kathmandu, rather than have to send and wait
for it overseas)
has a reputation for professional & dedicated attention
to service. Technical products can be understood, sold
and serviced by technical personnel. Since the engineering
outlook starts at the very top at Beltronix, it is not
surprising that the engineering outlook is naturally
present throughout the organization.
Where as non technical companies have to force themselves
to cultivate professional engineering dedication, it
comes naturally at Beltronix. 90% of our staff has got
technical knowledge on the electrical & electronic
appliances that we deal with.
To prepare our
self for the future technologies, we conducted an intensive
in-house training program for executive trainees in
electronics, computers, marketing and management around
a decade ago. This program in it self was heralded in
management circle of Nepal as revolutionary, farsighted
and quite unique in Nepal. Keeping this tradition after
eight years we again conducted similar in-house training
for ten more management trainees.
at one time or other had the privilege to serve just
about every International Organizations in Nepal, all
the Banks, major Hotels, leading Industrial and Business
Houses, UNICEF, UNDP, World Bank, Asian Development
Bank, and their Projects, HMG’s Ministries and
their Departments, Hospital, Nursing Homes, Schools