EXPORTS: R300m Export Deal for Intaka
Recent Western Cape Business News
CAPE TOWN-based Intaka Tech has been awarded a R300 million contract for water purification plants to produce 78 million litres of drinking water per day, the final destination for the units being Angola.
Intaka Tech, a division of the Intaka Group, manufactures and markets state-of-the-art water and gas technology, in the form of the mobile Intaka Tech water purification plants, as well as its on-site gas plants.
The water purification plants are to be used by the Angolan government as part of a water project called ‘Agua Para Todos’. Intaka Tech will work in conjunction with the Angolan government to support and facilitate the project’s initiatives to provide purified, drinkable water of a quality that is in line with international standards.
Each of the water purification plants will supply 1.1 million litres of drinkable water per day. This means that an impressive total of 78 million litres of raw water will be converted into drinkable water each day, catering for the water needs of 2.6 million people on a daily basis.
Intaka Tech’s equipment enhances the wellbeing of its target market and helps to make even remote communities more self-sufficient and independent. The plants’ features include portability, easy installation, straight-forward operation, low operating costs and uncomplicated maintenance, says Gastón Savoi, chairman of the Intaka Group.
To provide the best possible service to Angola, Intaka Tech has opened up offices as well as up-to-date service and maintenance facilities, in the form of workshops and factories in the country.
Apart from providing optimum support for the equipment, this will ensure Intaka Tech is able to develop and maintain strong working relationships with its clients.
All Intaka Tech’s products are locally manufactured. The company holds the intellectual property, including patents and trademarks, for its equipment throughout Africa. Intaka Tech says its water purification plants produce water of excellent quality according to the World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines for drinking water quality. They are suitable for a diverse range of applications, including hospitals and clinics, industrial, engineering and construction companies, municipalities, mining operations, water treatment plants, water suppliers, breweries and the food industry.Its equipment has been proven to be reliable and safe, and is manufactured to the highest quality standards in accordance with ISO 9001 and ISO 10083 International Standards, US Pharmacopeia (USP), SANS 61010-1: 2004 and IEC 61010-1: 2001.
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