RS SOUTH AFRICA SHOWCASES MINING PRODUCTS SOLUTIONS AT MTE ZONDEREINDE AND EMALAHLENI

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RS South Africa, a trading brand of RS Group plc (LSE: RS1), a global provider of product and service solutions, will exhibit at MTE Zondereinde in Limpopo on 9 May and MTE in Emalahleni on 22 May.

Andrew Macnamara, Director of MTE, remarks: “In light of the prevailing challenges confronting the mining sector, our exhibitions serve as invaluable platforms, offering essential solutions to enhance efficiency and showcasing cutting-edge technology and innovation.”

Mining and Technical Exhibitions (MTE), a division of IMD Conferences Exhibitions and Workshops, celebrated its mining 30th birthday last year. It has made a name for itself since 1993 through many exhibitions at mines and industrial operations across Southern Africa.

“These MTE events afford us an opportunity to share the latest industrial technologies and solutions to design, build and maintain operations,” says Erick Wessels, RS Sales Director. With a catalogue boasting over 750,000 products across 2,500 global brands, RS ensures convenient online ordering and direct delivery anywhere in the country.

At MTE Zondereinde and Emalahleni, RS will showcase a comprehensive range of categories, including Test & Measurement, Automation & Control Gear, Connectors, Hand Tools, Cables & Wires, Switches, Pneumatics, Hydraulics & Power Transmission, Relays & Signal Conditioning, Site Safety, Bearings and Seals, Access & Material Handling, and Enclosures & Server Racks. The company will also feature its private-label brand RS PRO, comprising over 88,000 products across various technologies.

RS is well positioned to supply the mining industry with the quality and robust products it needs for its arduous and demanding operating conditions. It partners with its suppliers to offer specialised equipment that can be used in tough industrial environments like mining and general industry. This extends from test and measurement equipment (Fluke, Megger) to tooling (DeWalt, Wera), personal protective equipment (3M, Ansell), automation and electrification (Siemens, Schneider) and machine safety (Allen-Bradley, Eaton).

 

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