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New SA dealer for top compaction equipment brand

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CONSTRUCTION equipment manufacturer Bomag GmbH, based in Boppard Germany, has appointed Kemach Equipment as its new dealer for South Africa, Lesotho, and Eswatini (Swaziland).

The company markets the full Bomag heavy and light machine range from the global compaction technology brand.

Kemach Equipment supplies and supports a wide range of products, including earthmoving and road-building equipment for all types of projects and plant hirers. The company founded in 2003, operates throughout South Africa with its national head office based in Gauteng and regional offices situated in Durban, Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Gqeberha and East London.

In addition to the equipment itself, Kemach Equipment distributes a full range of lubricants and genuine parts, while field service technicians and product support engineers ensure that assistance is available.

As the Bomag distributor, the company will market the entire Bomag product range, including compaction machinery for asphalt, soil and landfill construction, milling machines, finishers and stabilisers/recyclers. The range also comprises soil stabilisation equipment and binder spreaders.

“Becoming the local Bomag dealer is an exciting opportunity for us to engage with a new product line and expand our customer offering. Bomag has an excellent reputation for offering high-quality equipment to both local and international markets,” said Les Lothian, CEO of Kemach Equipment.

“We believe that the Bomag range of products will further enhance our focus on delivering quality products that provide our customers with operating effectiveness and high lifecycle values.”

Randhir Haripersad, Bomag Area Manager Southern Africa said: “Partnering with Kemach Equipment means a strong branch network and well-founded expertise in the region of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland.”

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