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NDE DURBAN - New office & warehouse
                                   Unit 2, 54 Westgate Place, Westmead, Pinetown


NDE’s Durban branch has been supplying corrosion-resistant products to KwaZulu-Natal industries since opening in 1978 to serve the province’s pulp and paper industry.

 “We supply stainless steel products to all of KwaZulu-Natal’s primary industries, from sugar to paper and pulp, process, dairy, beverage and food, architecture and construction, and a variety of engineering and fabrication companies,” says NDE branch manager Charles Krog.

NDE Durban has recently introduced new items and a greatly improved stockholding of pipes, tubes, fittings, flanges and valves.

 “We have narrowed the range in our pipe stockholding but increased the depth so that even more of the popular sizes for many different industries are now available off-the-shelf at NDE,” says Charles.

NDE has also complemented its stockholding by introducing seamless and welded heat exchanger, hydraulic and instrumentation tube. This can be supplied in the more common stainless steel grades of 304L and 316L but also in duplex, high nickel alloy or heat resistant grades

Drawing on extensive staff experience and in-house technical expertise, NDE helps formulate and select the appropriate grade of stainless steel for the particular process flow or application required by customers. This has saved many clients unnecessary expenditure in the long term and enabled optimum operational efficiency for a variety of processes and manufacturing systems.

NDE’s commitment to supplying quality products from well-established, reputable local and international suppliers to KwaZulu-Natal’s process and other industries has contributed to many long-standing customer relationships.

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Inside NDE Durban's warehouse, preparing customer orders for delivery under the watchful eye of Warehouse Manager Wiseman Sokhela

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