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Supplier expands stock to meet KZN food and beverage industry demand for speedy turnaround

Home Manufacturing & Processing Food & Beverage Supplier expands stock to meet KZN food and beverage industry demand for...

NDE Durban’s comprehensive stock of hygienic stainless steel tubing, fittings and valves has expanded to meet the fast turnaround needs of KwaZulu-Natal’s food, beverage, dairy and pharmaceutical processors.

“We have increased our hygienic range and stockholding, plus we have added a new specialist to our hygienic team,” said Manager, Charles Krog.

The company’s hygienic range of products includes stainless steel tubing, fittings and valves as well as stainless steel flat product – sheet, plate and coil. Ultra-hygienic tube systems are available on request.

Krog said the company prided itself on speedy turnaround times for maintenance and breakdowns, upgrades, and new plant. It also offered technical advice and support from the local NDE Hygienic Team and daily deliveries and collections from Monday to Friday from
its warehouse strategically located on the N3 highway at the Richmond Rd offramp.

NDE started business 65 years ago as National Dairy Equipment and continues to support hygienic industries in times of normal operation, as well as during breakdowns and emergencies, with a range of products including tubes, spray balls, inspection glasses, bends, tees, reducers, pipe clamps, tri clover clamp unions, unions weld on, butterfly valves weld on, non-return valves, actuators and other items.

The full range of NDE stainless steel products in stock for a wide variety of industries includes
hygienic tubing, fittings and valves; flat products – sheet, plate, coil; balustrades; sections; pipes and fittings.

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