About Us

Mem-Star Rugged

About-Us - Mem-Star Rugged were born of the expanding need for business to protect their investments. 'Return on Investment' is the new mantra of successful business organisations. The realisation that the initial capital cost of equipment cannot be compared to the loses felt through lost manpower, data loss, and repair time due to equipment failure or damage.  The Total Cost of device Ownership is now a primary driver in intelligent purchasing decisions. Calling on over 20 years of experience specialising in the mobile rugged market. We are dedicated to sourcing and supplying the very latest in rugged solutions. We are able to ensure that we find the right solution for your specific need at a price that makes great commercial sense.

We focus our resources to ensuring all our customers can expect the best across all market sectors including Government, Military, Aviation, Marine, charities and corporate. From builders to oil rigs, from plumbers to pipelines. Whatever your business we can help you protect your investment by buying once and buying well.

To further that aim we are an ISO 9001 2015 certified Company


ISO9001 certification

Contact us at any time to discuss how we can help you.

Our Terms and conditions of sale are available here

We are a Business to Business solution provider.

We are Registered in England 4863 578.
Our VAT Number 217 5737 95

We are accredited members of the below buying organisations

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Customer Input – Panasonic and the CF-54 semi rugged

By toughnrugged | November 22, 2017

Panasonic have listened to customer needs on the semi rugged CF-54. Since its initial release in 2015, the Panasonic Toughbook CF-54 has quickly become one of our most popular rugged mobility products. Relied on by first responders, utility professionals, members of the military and more, this semi-rugged notebook turned heads with its thin profile, light…

Have I cracked it?

By toughnrugged | November 21, 2017

I’ve decided to create a blog for this site. Have I managed it?