Personal protective equipment (PPE) supplier Dromex Globale’s new manufacturing facility will assist the company ensure it always puts safety first, says Dromex marketing manager Lyndall Farrer.
“We are committed to providing customers with only the best PPE and workwear, and this means we are always looking at new ways of improving our range,” she says.
Farrer adds that, to achieve its goal of being Africa’s premier PPE supplier, the company is building its own 8 000 m2 state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at the new intermodal Keystone Park hub in Hammarsdale, in KwaZulu-Natal, to ensure Dromex delivers on its promise.
Further, Dromex Globale will manufacture its branded workwear at competitive prices with uncompromising quality, conforming to the highest standards.
“Our workwear factory will be broad-based black economic empowerment-certified, providing 500 jobs at commencement and an additional 600 jobs within 18 to 36 months.
“Our in-house training facility will endeavour to upskill the youth of Hammarsdale and result in an empowered workforce,” she adds.
Designed with the stringent needs of local and international markets in mind, it will change the way Dromex supplies workwear, Farrer concludes.