Afritek Seeks To Provide World Class Engineering Services And Specialised Electric Power Transmission Products
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Afritek Seeks To Provide World Class Engineering Services And Specialised Electric Power Transmission Products

Afritek Seeks To Provide World Class Engineering Services And Specialised Electric Power Transmission Products. Afritek is a 100% black women-owned company which provides world-class engineering services and specialised products to the electric power transmission and distribution industry. The company’s offices, workshops and warehouse are centrally located between Johannesburg and Pretoria at Olifantsfontein, Gauteng, South Africa and it also operates internationally.

Afritek supplies products from a number of leading international companies through distribution agreements. These items range from hand-held tools and safety equipment through to large sub-station transformers. The company was founded by Nirmala Naidoo, “With 16 years experience in the industry, I am fully involved in daily operations and committed to ensure world class delivery and support to all customers.” she said on the company’s website.

Afritek has solid expertise in the its field and is adept at sourcing products tailored to specialised customer requirements and delivering them on time. The company provides top-quality engineering support to go with its products. Working with experienced partners and associates, the company also provides project management services, particularly on installations of sub-station and related equipment. These can be done, optionally, on a turnkey basis.

Afritek has a large workshop and warehouse facilities at its premises in Olifantsfonten, Gauteng. The company despatches products from there to customers all over Africa and it delivers directly to customers in Gauteng. Inspired by the South African government’s Skills Development Act, Afritek conducts an on-going Learnership Programme on its premises.The Skills Development Act aims to develop the skills of the South African workforce and to improve the quality of life of workers and their prospects of work.

By Thomas Chiothamisi
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