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Energize Having the stock on hand to meet customer demand
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Having the stock on hand to meet customer demand

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Hydraulic and Automation Warehouse (HAW) has taken measures to assist with a seamless production for its customers’ operations with its large stockholding of products. The company increased its stockholding in February 2020 in anticipation of potential stock backlogs from international suppliers due to Covid-19.

This includes leading hydraulic component solutions from world-renowned brands VOSS, Intertraco, KTR, OMT – LuEn, MHA Zentgraf, M+S Hydraulic, Salami, Stauff, Uniflex and Walterscheid – available in all HAW branches country wide.

Neville Alberts, the manager of HAW’s Johannesburg branch, says the branch is operational and fully stocked. “Covid-19 has everyone watching their pockets closely, but we are looking forward to servicing our clients’ hydraulic needs with the same professionalism and cost-effectiveness they are used to,” he says.

Arno Opperman, the company’s recently appointed warehouse manager, will oversee HAW services in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pinetown, Middleburg, and Port Elizabeth.

Opperman brings seven years of warehouse management experience to his new position. Hydraulic and Automation Warehouse, a member of the Bosch Rexroth South Africa Group of Companies, is one of the largest distributors of hydraulic components in Southern Africa.

Contact Willem Gijzelaar, Bosch Rexroth, Tel 011 979 4630, info@hytec.co.za

 

 

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