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Italian firms appoint South African dealer

Dust-fighter dust suppression unit

Pilot Crushtec to distribute TowerLight and DF Ecology equipment throughout the region

TOWERLight Srl and DF Ecology, the Italian producers of environmentally focused construction equipment, have appointed a new South African dealer for their range of machinery.

Johannesburg-based Pilot Crushtec have been given the responsibility to distribute a wide range of TowerLight and DF Ecology products throughout the region, including the VT8 and VT1 lighting towers and the Dust-fighter dust-suppression units.

TowerLight’s Daniele Crepaldi has visited South Africa and commenced a full training programme to ensure that all Pilot Crushtec staff are fully informed about TowerLight/DF Ecology equipment.

Moreover, Pilot Crushtec have already set up a rolling road show to demonstrate the range throughout the continent, including Ghana, Zimbabwe and Zambia, as well as most major towns and cities in South Africa.

DF Ecology currently manufacture the award winning Dust-fighter dust-suppression range, the innovative Wash Rack water-recycling/cleaning system and an environmentally sensitive site wheel-wash set, while Tower Light Srl manufacture the largest range of commercial lighting towers in the world.

Pilot Crushtec are South Africa’s leading suppliers of mobile and semi-mobile crushing, screening, recycling, sand washing, stockpiling, compacting and materials handling solutions. The company has been trading for more 20 years, operating from a purpose-built 9,500 square metre facility situated in Jet Park, close to Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport. They employ more than 160 people and have an annual turnover in excess of US$58 million.

Commenting on their appointment, Daniele Crepaldi said: ‘We are delighted to welcome Pilot Crushtec into the TowerLight/DF Ecology network and are confident that their experience and professionalism will bring rewards for both companies.’

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