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SAI Motors South Africa last month opened its new premises in Kuilsriver - less than 20 minutes from Cape Town International airport. Guests included representatives of SAI’s main company in Italy and the subsidiaries and customers.
Through this facility, SAI South Africa says it will be offering a better service to its customers. The increased area of the new unit allows for more standard motors and components to be held in stock for immediate delivery.
The new workshop boasts a new test bench designed and developed by R&D in Italy and commissioned by the SAI S.p.A. technical staff just few weeks ago. This test bench is capable of testing the whole range of motors both dynamically or in static test conditions and automatically measures the displacement of the motor.
SAI hydraulic motors, gearboxes and brakes are assembled in South Africa integrating parts received from overseas with parts locally manufactured, all according to SAI standard quality procedure, offering customers full SAI standard worldwide guarantee through the well established SAI net of subsidiaries and dealers around the world.
The launch of the first series of South African assembled and tested hydraulic motors is an effort to begin levelling the playing field between the recognized international SAI networks and the newly established local subsidiary.
According to Piero Pecorari, president of the SAI Group, who has already successfully experienced the setting up of other subsidiaries in China, India, Japan, Ukraina, Brasil, USA, Canada and UK, SAI is focused on stimulating economic growth by building interregional trade with Subsaharian African nations, thus expanding job opportunities.
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