ENGINEERING: BMG's New Outlet In Cape Town
Recent Western Cape Business News
AS part of BMG’s programme to develop and fulfil strategic objectives, the Bearing Man Group has opened specialist engineering hubs, which enhance the quality of service to a diverse customer base.
The latest engineering hub, formed by the consolidation of BMG Drives and BMG Belting, has recently been opened in Cape Town.
“The Cape engineering hub, which is an assembly and support operation, offers a combined technical expertise and value–added product solution, to further improve the company’s service in the Northern and Western Cape regions, extending as far as Namibia,” says Val Lloyd, BMG’s engineering hub manager in Cape Town. “BMG has taken important steps to enhance efficiencies by merging the two cores of its business – consumables, which are imported, stocked and delivered through a national branch network – and engineered products, which encompasses the supply of gearboxes, electric motors, belting and oscillating systems.”
BMG’s engineering hubs also enhance the company’s recently launched ‘world class production’ initiative which combines the positive impacts of energy efficiency with reliability engineering.
By providing engineering solutions and technical services that optimise productivity, BMG guarantees that its product and service offering will make a difference to the efficiencies of every plant, the company claims.
Cape Town’s engineering hub, which is supported by five belting teams available 24 hours a day, is strategically positioned to service all sectors, including food and beverage, marine and fishing, agriculture and general engineering.
This new facility, with over 2 000sq m of workshop space, boasts a substantial stockholding of drives, electric motors, PVC, PU, transmission and rubber belting, rollers and idlers, as well as a complete range of modular belting.
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