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Plant and equipment hire services expand to meet demand

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THROUGH the company’s Middelburg Depot, Steinmüller Africa has expanded its plant and equipment hire services, now offering a pool of over 24 000 items for clients in the power generation, petrochemical, chemical, mining, renewable energy, pulp and paper and general Industrial sectors. To date, the Middelburg Depot has handled plant projects in Sasolburg, Rustenburg, Newcastle, Richards Bay and Eskom power stations in Mpumalanga.

The plant hire division boasts a comprehensive range of equipment consisting of cranes, trailers, tractors, welding machines, generators, rigging, grinding and drilling equipment.

“Through this depot, we are showing our commitment to supply our clients the best equipment for their project requirements, With this hire solution, they can get their projects up and running quicker while mitigating equipment ownership costs,” said corporate communications specialist at Steinmüller Africa, Mpho Muvhango. Muvhango added that the company also offers expert advice to their clients on equipment selection.

“We are committed to giving our clients the best quality customer service and ensuring that our high standards are upheld in all that we offer. Our team assesses our clients’ projects and their intended outcomes to provide them with a comprehensive solution,” she said.

One-stop-shop for plant and equipment hire services

Muvhango noted that, as a South African pioneer in the steam generation industry, Steinmüller Africa is a trusted turnkey partner to its clients. As such, this offering of plant and equipment hire further extends the company’s one-stop-shop commitment to clients. The division’s offerings complement the company’s overall customer-centric approach.
All machinery hired from Steinmüller Africa complies with national safety standards and is issued with relevant safety certificates. “We also have a dedicated Lifting Machine Inspector (LMI), responsible for all machines and lifting equipment which leaves the depot,” Muvhango points out.

Expansion of fleet to meet rising demand

The company has also simplified its equipment hire process. Muvhango pointed out that its equipment hire agreements are tailor-made to each client’s requirements, but are subject to availability. To deal with rising demand, the fleet of equipment stored at the Middelburg Depot was expanded to include several cranes ranging from 5 to 400 tons, as well as a wide range of trailers, tractors, welding machines, generators, rigging equipment and other construction tools.

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