Welcome to Jendamark

Jendamark Automation stays ahead of global automotive sector requirements by
looking beyond the horizon and designing tomorrow’s production facilities today.

Leaders in Technology

Jendamark is constantly pushing the frontiers of automotive technology
and making its mark in global automation.

Industry 4.0

Jendamark’s technology-driven solutions are designed to improve efficiency
and reduce costs for customers worldwide.

Passionate About Tech

From research and development to commissioning and after-sales service,
Jendamark specialises in powertrain and catalytic converter assembly systems.

Focused on People

Jendamark is a preferred employer for engineers, programmers and artisans alike.
Our technical training facility is world-class.

Powertrain Assembly Systems

Jendamark specializes in the assembly of the automotive powertrain, from completely manual to fully automated systems.

Industry 4.0

Jendamark has mapped a clear path through the Industry 4.0 technological maze to take customers into the future of automotive manufacturing.

Catalytic Converter Assembly Systems

Jendamark’s standardized canning machines can easily be arranged to form manual, semi-auto or fully automatic canning lines.

Careers at Jendamark

Working for Jendamark opens up a world of career opportunities.

Whether you are passionate about engineering, programming, design or people, this international technology leader welcomes applications from qualified professionals to join our team.


Jendamark offers KUKA robot training courses in Pretoria, South Africa that are internationally acknowledged. Modular in structure, the seminars enable step-by-step qualification on the basis of certified quality standards. At Jendamark, all instructors provide practical training, have many years of experience and are trained in teaching methodology.

Latest News & Events

Tech power

In 2018, Jendamark Techcellency (JMKT) delivered a first for India and its biggest order to date – an innovative engine assembly line that uses augmented reality to guide its operators.

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Man of iron

Jendamark-sponsored Ironman African champion Kyle Buckingham shares the highs and lows of being a professional triathlete and what makes him take on these super-human feats of endurance.

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The latest updates from our social media channels

For a number of years, we have supported Forever Family Homes who do wonderful work in caring for babies and children in crisis. Unfortunately, this NPO now finds itself in crisis, as financial burdens are making every day a challenge, on top of having to be a nurturing and positive light in these children's lives. We appeal to our community to assist this incredible organisation with the support they so desperately need.

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Capitec savings account
Branch 470010
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Seas the day 🌊 An amazing weekend as the 10th annual Jendamark Bellbuoy Challenge made its OPEN WATER WORLD TOUR debut. Congratulations to all the participants, especially big winner and SA’s very own lifesaving champion, Amica de Jager. In case you missed it, here’s what went down in Algoa Bay👇


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As a solutions-driven entity, we constantly have to make tough choices in order to achieve the best results. That’s why we commend our local conqueror, Kyle Buckingham - Triathlete, for making the difficult call at this year’s Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship in pursuit of his World Champs ambitions. You continue to inspire 💪Absolutely gutted to have pulled out the race yesterday. ✌️ time in my career that I’ve had to make the very tough decision to climb in the van and get a ride back to town. When you’ve worked so hard for something and trying your best to be in the best shape possible to be in the mix on the day, sometimes life throws a different turn of direction. I had the best start to the day with a career best swim even though it was 2km, then rode strong with a bunch of guys to be in the mix . Unfortunately I battled cramps in my quads at 93km into the bike (no puncture) and after that went I had nothing left. The intensity on the bike was probably the hardest I’ve ever ridden and I was just trying to hang on for dear life with the 8 guys I was with. Unfortunately due to the new rules with Ironman and qualifying for Hawaii World Champs I would have needed to place 5th and loosing that much time there was no way of coming back . It’s a hard one to swallow , but sometimes you have to make a call what’s best for your career and that left me with the decision to be in great shape for the next Ironman to get a slot for Hawaii.
Huge congratulations to everyone finishing or even competing in such hard conditions yesterday 👍 my condolences go out to the family’s that lost loved ones yesterday during the swim 😢 .
Amazing performance again by the winners @lucycharles93 and @bhoffmanracing bloody hell mate that was honestly in my opinion the best performance I’ve ever witnessed during a race, Bridging after the swim then attacking on the bike to the front and running like a bat out of hell!!!! Congrats mate 👌
Onwards and upwards for me , trying to decide on my next move. Got some good fitness so probably need to use it soon and wisely. .
Thanks to my family, friends, fans and sponsors for your incredible support. I’ll be back 🤘
#imafricanchamps #onwardsandupwards #triathletelife #ironmantri #disappointment #decisions #lifethrowsyoulemons

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