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Allied International

5th May 2023

     

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Allied International was founded in 2000 in Nibbiano Val Tidone, Italy, and became Allied International Group in 2001. 

Allied South Africa was established in 2012 as the local subsidiary in Johannesburg, to support the strategic project to local market endeavours accordingly. Allied Pipe & Fittings South Africa is a 51% Black-owned B-BBEE Level 2 company with established clientele including Sasol, Sapref, Sappi (Ngodwana), Wood, Clyde Bergemann, WBHO, VGI, Worley-Eacop, Natref and Eskom. Allied South Africa is certified ISO 9001:2015, while the main manufacturers of Allied Group are ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:18 certified, among others.

As the local registered representative of Allied International Group, Allied South Africa markets and consults the supply and distribution of fittings, valves, pipes, flanges and other customised products for the oil and gas installations, shipyards, chemical plants, thermal and nuclear power plants and the renewables sector. 

Allied South Africa can satisfy any demand through a yearly production capacity of more than 100 000 t of fittings, 

20 000 t of induction and cold forming bends, 20 000 t of welded pipes and clad products and a stock of 50 000 items ready for shipping. It is also qualified for class 1 nuclear sector production with Tectubi Raccordi.

Allied International Group has a consolidated positioning as a one-stop solution partner in the worldwide industry of fittings and related products, through the complete control of the supply chain from raw material procurement, production, stock and distribution.

Allied International Group continuously invests in equipment, research and development, human resources, organisation, quality systems, health and safety, communication and marketing to support its longterm strategy in its target markets.

Green Energy 

Allied International Group has also started an internal process aimed at reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions. It produces J-Tubes addressed to gravity-based structures for offshore wind turbine generators and is also investing to develop products and solutions dedicated to the hydrogen sector.

The Group’s values are orientated at the maximum respect for stakeholders and health of the environment. Allied operates in accordance with the principles of sustainable development and social responsibility, by supporting the needs of the local communities such as culture, sport and support to the most vulnerable segments of society.

 

www.alliedfittings.co.za or

www.allied-group.com

Contact:  +27 (0) 11 314 8868 or

+27 (0) 82 847 5559

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter

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