The FBC is a registered bargaining council for the furniture, bedding and upholstery manufacturing industry.Continue reading →
Description Website Forestry SA Contact details Physical address Suite 205, 2nd Floor, South Block, Thrupps Centre, 204 Oxford Road, Illovo, 2196 Postal Address Postnet Suite #100, Private Bag X11, Birnam Park, 2015 City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 2681104 Email … Continue reading →
Description Website Southern African Footwear and Leather Industries Association Contact details Physical address Suite 105, Ferfam House, 9 Stanley Grace Cresent, Umhlanga Rocks, 4319 Postal Address P.O. Box 796, Kloof, 3640 City Durban Province KwaZulu Natal Telephone (800) 0723542 Email … Continue reading →
The Flexographic Technical Association of South Africa (FTASA) had its inaugural meeting in Cape Town on 5 December 1995. Leading up to this meeting we received tremendous support from the EFTA in the UK through the then Secretary, Tony Bath who was also present at the meeting in Cape Town. The Association has had a steady growth and represents the majority of companies in the Flexo industry although there is still scope for growth. The membership in 2005 stood at 57 company members. Membership is open to anyone or any company who has the advancement of Flexography at heart.Continue reading →
Description Website Fire Protection Association of Southern Africa Contact details Physical address 105 Springbok road, Bartlett, Boksburg, 1459 Postal Address PO Box 15467, Impala Park, 1472 City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 5526908 / 9 Email email@example.com Other information Remarks … Continue reading →
Fire is dangerous and spreads with frightening speed. So when it comes to equipment that may be called upon to protect lives and property, there’s no place for faulty or inferior products. The Fire Fighting Equipment Traders Association [FFETA] promotes high standards in equipment, workmanship, maintenance and service to the public. We meet regularly with the South African Bureau of Standards and our members ascribe to the highest level of safe working practices and hold a FFETA recognised certificate of competence for each employee engaged in service maintenance.Continue reading →
Successful Companies of good standing offering meaningful warranties, sharing commitment to quality projects with approved equipment and installation practices meeting South African National Standards and actively participating in uplifting the Detection and Suppression segments of the Fire Industry.
We do the vetting of the companies you want at your back.Continue reading →
The main objectives of the SAEFIA, which SAEFIA and its members will at all times strive to achieve, are as follows:
To attract members of the fence installation industry, and to represent its member’s in the promotion and advancement of their interests within the fencing industry.
To promote the advancement of the knowledge and skills of its member’s and the fence installation profession.
To promote Health & Safety issues within the industry.Continue reading →
The South African Wood Preservers Association (SAWPA) is a non-profit association formed in 1980, by the South African wood preserving industry, primarily to promote timber treatment and treated timber products. Commercially grown timber in Southern Africa is mainly of the Eucalyptus and Pinus species, both of which are not durable. By applying the correct chemicals to these timbers we are able to ensure that the timber performs as if it were durable thereby giving predictable long life performance.Continue reading →
The advent of light steel frame building in South Africa is one of the most exciting developments in recent times in the steel and building industries. While this method of building has been used in the US , Europe and Australia for decades, it was only recently introduced to our shores. It offers quality, cost efficiency and speed of erection for low-rise residential and non-residential buildings.Continue reading →