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Aggregates|Asphalt|Bitumen|Botswana|Building|Construction|Crushing|Energy|Engineering|Housing|Industrial|Materials Handling|Mining|Projects|rail|Renewable-Energy|Road|Roads|Service|Services|Surface|System|Plant Hire|Solutions|Infrastructure


29th January 2021


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Firmly entrenched as an Africa-based diversified heavy engineering company, Raubex Group continues to excel as a world-class player in the heavy construction sector, with a focus on infrastructure development.

Founded by industry legend Koos Raubenheimer in 1974, the company has a proud record of more than 40 years of uninterrupted profitability. Today, the group comprises three divisions – Roads, Infrastructure and Materials – which complement each other to provide a complete service. More than 7 800 people are employed across the group.

With headquarters in Bloemfontein, in the Free State, Raubex Group’s success in infrastructure development has resulted in a portfolio covering projects, from road construction and rehabilitation to urban reticulation and infrastructure, bulk earth- works, production of aggregates and asphalt, supply and application of bitumen and modified

binders, construction of renewable-energy facilities and mining services, including materials handling and ore beneficiation.

Companies in the Raubex Group stable include Kempton Park-based B&E International, which makes a vital contribution to mining and is also active in mobile crushing for the construction industry and static crushing plants for large infrastructure projects.

Cape Town-based Burma Plant Hire, which supplies plant of the highest standard from leading manufacturers, is also a member of the group, as is Bloemfontein-based Raubex Infra, which provides innovative solutions for infrastructure in a range of segments: rail; civil work on mines; fibre and global system for mobile communications; and electricity and alternative energy. Another group company, Raubex Building, located in Midrand, Gauteng, offers competitive turnkey solutions for projects, ranging from large housing initiatives

for mining companies to low-cost housing and commercial and industrial developments, while Cape Town-headquartered SPH Kundalila, a Raubex subsidiary, supplies comprehensive surface mining and materials handling solutions for mining projects.

Raubex Group’s familiarity with local conditions across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has been built over its 40 years of experience in South Africa and its activity in other SADC countries since as early as the 1990s. Today, the group generates a substantial portion of its revenue from contracts in Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Malawi and Zambia.

Raubex Group

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