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Press Office - Goscor Cleaning Equipment

Goscor Cleaning Equipment

From sweepers, scrubbers, industrial vacuums, high pressure cleaners, single discs, road sweepers, jetting equipment, carpet extractors, beach cleaners and selected speciality chemicals Goscor Cleaning Equipment (formerly known as Tennant SA) has all of your cleaning application needs under one roof.


Award winning technology

By: Andrew Gillingham     22nd October 2010 Goscor Cleaning Equipment’s (GCE’s) new award-winning Tennant ec-H2O technology, which converts plain tap water into an effective and efficient cleaning agent, is being heralded as a “miracle cleaner”, given the combination of its effectiveness as a cleaning agent and that it is environment... 

Keeping South Africa clean

By: Andrew Gillingham     22nd October 2010 An integral part of the Goscor group, since the inception of the company in 1984, Goscor Cleaning Equipment (GCE) boasts world-renowned brands including Tennant, Elgin, Italimpia, Ghibli, Green Machine, Guzzler and Vactor, and is a leading supplier of cleaning solutions to the South African... 

Creative financial solutions key to success

By: Andrew Gillingham     22nd October 2010 One of the reasons for the Goscor Group’s success over the years, has been its ability to offer customers a wide range of creative financial solutions, it reports. In the broadest sense, this was the raison d’être for the creation of the highly successful Goscor Rental Company (GRC). 

Focused on partnership, service and specialisation

By: Andrew Gillingham     22nd October 2010 Bucking the trend is not unusual for leading industrial equipment supplier Goscor, during the past two years, while many of its competitors struggled, the group managed to grow its turnover to just under R500-million and expanded its workforce by more than 20% to 280 people.  


By: Site Administrator     8th October 2010 Tender work arising from state contracts  


By: Site Administrator     1st October 2010 Tender work arising from state contracts  

New range of energy efficient equipment launched

By: Henry Lazenby     27th August 2010 In a drive to make its products more energy efficient, cleaning equipment manufacturer Numatic International reports that its range of NuSave vacuum cleaners will enable clients to save on electricity through the vacuum motors’ variable electricity use capability. 

Imperial Holdings buys majority stake in industrial, engineering group

By: Irma Venter     25th June 2010 The JSE-listed Imperial Holdings group, through its subsidiary Associated Motor Holdings (AMH), earlier this month announced that it has acquired a majority holding in the Goscor Group of companies, a diversified industrial and engineering group. 

Imperial acquires majority stake in Goscor engineering group

By: Irma Venter     9th June 2010 The JSE-listed Imperial Holdings group, through its subsidiary Associated Motor Holdings (AMH), on Wednesday announced that it had acquired a majority holding in the Goscor Group of companies, a diversified industrial and engineering group. Founded in South Africa, the Goscor Group hs supplied... 

J&C Engineering

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     14th May 2010 East Rand-based J&C Engineering, which has been in operation since 1989, is a designer, manufacturer and installer of industrial emission control and gas-cleaning equipment. 

Process technology supplier increases service offering

7th November 2008 Industrial process technologies supplier Alfa Laval is growing its services to valve industries by acquiring four new distributors in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth and Durban over the past six months.  

Sandton could double in size over the next decade

By: Irma Venter     20th June 2008 When Beryl Porter guides tourists through the streets of Sandton central, she tells them that “each step is worth a R1-million”. Porter, who owns Walk & Talk Tours, describes the high-rise area as “Africa’s richest square mile”. The fast-growing Johannesburg suburb has been likened to Manhattan... 

Sandton, the continent’s richest square mile, could double in size over the next decade

By: Irma Venter     20th June 2008 When Beryl Porter guides tourists through the streets of Sandton Central, she tells them that “each step is worth a R1-million”. 

New valve indication unit enables easier valve control

9th November 2007 Multinational engineering group Alfa Laval has released a new valve indication unit, which is suited to meet the demands of the food, dairy, brewery and biopharmaceutical industries. 

SA Compensators

31st August 2007 Black-empowered and -managed SA Compensators, of Heidelberg, is a manufacturing concern whose product and service range includes industrial bellows and compensators, boiler economisers, pressure vessels, tanks, ducting, pipe supports, machining and general fabrication. 

Fluid couplings and belting under one roof

21st April 2006 Bearing Man’s power transmission division has been appointed the distributor of Transfluid fluid couplings of sub-Saharan Africa. 

Dry-ice cleaning now accessible to foundry industry

By: Matthew Hill     14th April 2006 LRM Blaster technical director Tom Sowry tells Engineering News that with LRM’s new Triventek dry ice blasters, pelletisers and recovery units, the company can offer customers in the foundry industry a full and economical solution. 


17th March 2006 Tender work arising due to state contracts. 

The Cleaning Company

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     2nd September 2005 The Cleaning Company, of Johannesburg, which has been in operation since 1972 but started trading under its current name in 1980, is a manufacturer and supplier of industrial cleaning chemicals. 

Contract-cleaning equipment added to product range

2nd September 2005 Complementing its current range of contract cleaning equipment Pemsa Technologies now exclusively offers the versatile range of Bol Equipment. 

Ozonewash making bubbles in the industry

By: thamashni naidoo     2nd September 2005 Durban-based company Chemlog, which is rated among the top four chemical-manufacturing industrial-cleaning companies in Kwazulu-Natal, is a primary distributor of cleaning chemicals and allied cleaning equipment. 

Cleaning solutions for almost any requirement

By: thamashni naidoo     2nd September 2005 The distributor of the Tennant cleaning equipment range Sorma South Africa (SA) was last year awarded the dealer of the year award by Tennant US at a gala event held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

SA dust filters for Angolan cement plant

24th September 2004 Dust control specialists Air Cleaning Equipment of Gauteng, a division of MikroPul, reported that it was recently awarded a contract to manufacture and supply dust control and collection systems for a major revamp of Angolan cement producer Nova Cimangola's cement plant near Luanda. 

Client product training facility is launched

3rd September 2004 Ensuring that clients get the best performance and longevity from their capital equipment purchase, Wap Alto Africa has launched a client product-training facility at its head office in Spartan. 

A sweet site for cleaning

By: andrea marais     3rd September 2004 Johannesburg industrial cleaning solutions company Mopping Equipment has recently supplied its biggest Powerboss sweaper-scubber machine to the Coca Cola ABI bottling plant in Pretoria West. 

Cleaning equipment firm merges with pump supplier

18th May 2004 At the start of this month cleaning equipment firm Pemsa Technologies and Hydrotek concluded a merger. 

System collects burnt lime dust

7th November 2003 Dust-control specialist Air Cleaning Equipment, a division of MikroPul, early this year completed a fast-track contract for lime manufacturer Idwala Lime at its Dani 

Gas-cleaning systems at engine block foundries upgraded

15th August 2003 Two fast-track contracts to upgrade gas cleaning at two major South African foundries manufacturing cast-iron motor vehicle engine blocks were recently completed by Springs-based dust control and gas cleaning specialists, Air Cleaning Equipment, a division of MikroPul. 

Chemicals manufacturer celebrates 22nd birthday

28th March 2003 Manufacturer and distributor of fine and industrial chemicals used in the industrial and hygiene maintenance sector, South African Fine & Industrial Chemicals (SAFIC), says it ended 2002, its 21st year, on a high note in terms of meeting industry standards, product development and its ongoing... 

Shutdowns can be minimised

By: nkolola halwindi     6th September 2002 Although shutdowns may be necessary, worldwide cleaning equipment and solutions company Nilfisk-Advance sales manager Stephen Tregoning believes they can be avoided by investing in equipment maintenance programmes. 

These solvents not to be phased out

By: nkolola halwindi     6th September 2002 An industrial chemical and equipment manufacturer has disputed claims by some chemical companies saying that trichloroethylene and tetrasolve solvents will be phased out. 

Dust-collection system for cement mill

22nd March 2002 Increasing dust emissions at the number one cement mill at Alpha Cement’s Dudfield works in Lichtenburg, North West province, have necessitated the upgrading of the dust-collection system serving the mill, resulting in a R2-million fast-track contract being awarded to dust-control... 

Foreign trade is hard work

By: Keith Campbell     30th November 2001 The experience South Yorkshire business shows that for SA companies seeking exports,success depends on consistent, unceasing marketing of themselves & their products in their target markets 

Local manufacturer celebrates 40 years

12th October 2001 Local manufacturer Ian Dickie was started in 1961 and, for the last 40 years, the company’s success has come from its policy of securing repeat business, which it achieves by not only supplying quality equipment, but also by supplying a high grade of after sales service. 

SA cleaning product demand outstrips world

7th September 2001 The South African cleaning equipment market is expected to grow by some ten percent this year, substantially more than global demand which is expected to increase by between three and eight percent. 

Shutdown better outsourced, says firm

7th September 2001 Industrial cleaning and shutdown is most beneficial when it is outsourced to a cleaning specialist, reports Domayne Steamatic executive Darrol Roberston. 

SA–US air-cleaning deal

By: System Author     15th September 2000 In a R4-million deal, local dust-control company Air Cleaning Equipment was bought by MikroPul last month in a bid to integrate the company’s range of 

Floor-maintenance firm mops up opposition

By: System Author     26th November 1999 Maintenance 

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