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MAJOR welcomes new authorized dealer in Africa

MAJOR announces the appointment of CrushPlant Namibia as its new aggregate and mining screen media authorized dealer in Africa. CrushPlant Namibia will serve customers in Namibia, Africa. The company will offer MAJOR’s screen media solutions, including FLEX-MAT high-vibration wire screens in tensioned and modular versions.

CrushPlant Namibia is a reseller of engineering consumables, supporting the Namibian mining and construction industry since 1978 — making them the oldest company, within this industry, in Namibia.

CrushPlant Namibia along with its sister company, Namib Trading, employ 65 Namibians and have offices in the following cities within Namibia: Tsumeb, Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Windhoek and Oranjemund. Additionally, they have stores on the following mine sites: B2 Gold, Uis Tin Mining Company, Rössing Uranium Mine and Sperrgebiet Diamond mines at Luderitz.

Regarding the company’s partnership with MAJOR, Cilliers van Wyk, owner of the CrushPlant Namib Trading group of companies adds: “CrushPlant Namibia is excited to represent MAJOR in Namibia, as our goals go hand-in-hand: provide high-quality service and solutions for our customers.”

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