About Us is a latest venture of Perfect Radios, one of the pioneers in the electronics industry.

It’s primary objective is to provide you with good quality electronics components and accessories at your doorstep at wholesale prices. It has wide range of electronics components and accessories.

Perfect Radios was started by Mr Harish Makkar in the year 1983

Mr Harish Makkar served the Indian Air Force for 15 years and took voluntary retirement to pursue his entrepreneurial venture in electronics. During his tenure at the Indian Air Force he was in charge of the Aircraft engine servicing centre where he used to command a team of 200 skilled technicians.

 Mr. Makkar is a mechanical engineer. He has a keen interest in meditation & yoga.

Taking his technical experience forward he started a new venture in the field of Electronics at Asia’s biggest electronics market Lajpat Rai Market, Delhi.

Sunil Makkar:  An experienced businessman with extensive experience in Sales, marketing and business development. Sunil joined Perfect Radios a wholesale electronics business in 1994 and increased the turnover by 25 times by the year 2009. Lajpat Rai Market is the Asia’s biggest electronics market and Perfect Radios is amongst top five vendors in the market. Perfect Radios under Sunil Makkar became  one of the pioneers in electronics segment with it’s  group of three companies and is very well respected in that field. He added new lines of business including wholesale trading of Inverter and PCO components and also innovative products like LEDs, which is the future of lighting products.

Sunil is a commerce graduate from Delhi University and a diploma in electronics to understand the intricacies of components business.

Rajiv Makkar  :  Rajiv joined the electronics business with Sunil in 1998 and gave the business a new paradigm by exploring new areas of business in the field of component imports.

Rajiv like his brother pursued an Electronics Engineering diploma to understand the field better and to identify the demand supply gaps in the market. He also took a course in foreign trade to promote imports and create new market sources for import like China , Hong Kong and Singapore.