Every year, Marley holds a sales conference in an effort to inspire our internal sales force to smash their 2016 targets and strategise the best way to deliver them while providing the most value to customers. This year, we wanted to focus on empowering our sales team with the ability to create solutions and make decisions to better meet the needs of our customers. All of this in pursuit of our vision to become the first choice plastic pipe supplier in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Source: Engineering News
Published 15 January 2016
Most of the South African national standards for plastic pipes manufacturing are considerably outdated, which is why plastic pipes manufacturer Marley Pipe Systems has decided to partner with key organisations in South Africa to assist in formulating the manufacturing standards specific to the country’s needs and applications.
Mpumalanga Libangeni, - Marley Pipe Systems, Mining & Industrial division made a positive contribution to Masana Primary School situated in the rural village of Libangeni in Mpumalanga. As part of the organisation’s ongoing initiatives to empower the youth of South Africa, Marley identified Masana Primary School as a well-suited beneficiary for this specific investment. Being one of the poorest schools in its village, Masana Primary School are in dire need of a number of items including furniture.
Over the years, Marley’s deeply entrenched roots in the mining and industrial industry has positioned them as leaders in the industry. This standing is a result of ongoing efforts aimed at producing exceptional quality products to provide sustainable solutions for industry needs.
Marley Pipe Systems representatives recently visited Hartbeespoort dam where the industry leading pipe manufacturer supplied the Harties Metsi a Me (“My Water”) programme with HDPE pipes to construct and form the base of what will soon be one of the largest floating wetlands in the world, with the aim of restoring the wetland resources of Hartbeespoort Dam to improve water quality, increase wildlife habitat and biodiversity, and reduce flood damage. Petrus Venter, project leader, joined forces with the Department of Water and Sanitation to head up the Hartbeespoort Dam Integrated Biological Remediation Programme in 2008. Marley Pipe Systems then partnered with Petrus on the initiative when HDPE pipe was identified as the fundamental aspect in the construction of the floating wetlands.