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Construction During COVID-19

We spoke to Johan Louw, Head of Sales and Marketing at Renico Construction, about the industry in South Africa throughout the challenging 2020 period and beyond.

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Fulfilling Industry and Customer NeedsWriter: Emily JarvisProject Manager: Stuart Parker Under the forward-thinking leadership of Nico Louw, the Renico Group of Companies (Renico) – including Renico Plant Hire, Renico Construction, Renico Quarrying & Crushing and Renico Earthworks & Civils - have been at the forefront of earthmoving equipment hire in South Africa since inception in 1998. With a fleet consisting of more than 300 pieces of large earthmoving equipment including; tractor loader backhoes (TLBs), crushers, excavators, loaders, tippers and other construction-related vehicles, Renico strives to be recognised in the industry as the premier plant hire company in the northwest area of Johannesburg.“TLBs are the most sought after piece of equipment by the construction industry. As such, Renico Plant Hire procured an additional 16 brand new CASE 570T’s in January of this year, bringing the total fleet to more than 40; making us owners of one of the biggest TLB fleet owners in South Africa,” the Group said in a recent interview.With standout company features including a fanatical concern for customer’s needs and in depth expertise from management right through the supply chain, Renico demonstrates its operational excellence and willingness to work with industry professionals to help support the completion of a high quality end product.“Equipment is deployed on various sites not only in the Reef, but we have now enhanced presence in at least four other provinces around the country at any given time,” highlighted the Company. The Group works with a wide range of clients, from large construction companies to small businesses who receive a tailored,

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