Nemtek expands

January 2010 News

Nemtek Electric Fencing has moved its Edenvale branch into bigger and better premises. The move to the new unit was necessitated by the need to increase stock holding in order to be able to supply the branches now open in Pinetown, Cape Town and Nelspruit.

Nemtek has a reputation of being able to supply its complete range of products in the electric fence market to customers and as such it needs to keep adequate stock to service these branches. The company’s old unit was just not big enough anymore and thus the move to unit 1 (of the same office park), which almost doubles its storage capacity.

The new unit was officially opened on 30 October and customers enjoyed refreshments, a lucky number draw and surprise discounts on orders collected on the day. The branch has a new modern look about it and is more customer friendly. Repairs are done on site and there is ample parking for all.

Nemtek now also has a fully equipped, dedicated training facility which will be used for all training courses as from January 2010. Nemtek Edenvale is conveniently situated between the R21 and R24 and is clearly visible from both highways.



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