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Hytec opens branch in Lephalale

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Lephalale branch staff: Jan Jacobs (Acting Branch Manager), Christian Ras (Technical Sales Representative), Anel Wessels (Office Administrator), Mathews Selepe (Driver) and Charl Coetzee (Technical Service

Hytec South Africa, a member of the Bosch Rexroth South Africa Group, has officially opened its new branch in Lephalale. The branch provides a fast turnaround service, supply and support for the region’s mining and power generation industries, amongst other things.

The new Lephalale branch is fully operational for all hydraulic equipment that falls within Bosch Rexroth’s capabilities. “We retain comprehensive stock of the faster-moving hydraulic items, which can be delivered to site and which are also available from our offices for walk-in customers,” says Hytec Lephalale Branch Manager, Jan Jacobs.

The branch is able to supply hydraulic pumps and motors, valves, filters, power packs, cylinders and hydraulic hoses. This enables the branch to supply its local clients with products suited to their application requirements. Hytec Lephalale is one-stop hydraulic solutions provider for all the hydraulic needs in the Lephalale area.  Visit the new branch at 10 Jacobus street Erf 226, Lephalale.

Lephalale branch staff: Jan Jacobs (Acting Branch Manager), Christian Ras (Technical Sales Representative), Anel Wessels (Office Administrator), Mathews Selepe (Driver) and Charl Coetzee (Technical Service

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