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NEW OFFICES FOR NDE NELSPRUIT

NDE Nelspruit has moved to new offices with a bigger warehouse and extra parking in the Riverpark development close to Nelspruit.

NDE's Nelspruit agent, Johnie De Canha, has been supplying NDE corrosion-resistant materials to customers in the Mmupalanga and Mozambique markets for several years.

"We are known as 'the stainless steel people' in this part of the world for our superior products, technical knowledge and excellent service," says Johnie.

"We keep a good stockholding to serve our customers, mainly in construction, fruit farming and food-processing," he says.

"Customers are able to order for same-day delivery or make use of our increased accessibility and good parking to walk in and purchase products directly off-the-shelf," he says.

The NDE Nelspruit branch is supported and supplied by NDE Gauteng under the management of Hardy Esterhuizen.

"Nelspruit also draws from our substantial stockholding in Gauteng when necessary, with a quick maximum 2-day turnaround," says Hardy.

NDE is also known for its ability to speedily source specialist products for clients from a global network of suppliers with whom NDE has built relationships over 60 years.

The company has another network in its relationships with trusted fabricators who assist in assembly for customers – from small items to larger corrosion resistant products.

Johnie can be contacted on his cellphone - or in the warehouse, where the efficient and friendly Sandy manages the offices and Ted Maunye manages stores.

Unit 21 Riverpark, 25 Rapid Street, Riverside Industrial Park, Nelspruit Tel/Fax 013 752 3958 or 082 453 2746

    
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   Johnie De Canha,
NDE's Nelspruit agent
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  Johnie De Canha, manager, and Ted Maunye, stores, at NDE's new Nelspruit warehouse and offices

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