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Company manufactures fasteners for renewable energy sector
Originally published in EngineeringNews
Johannesburg-based fastener solutions provider Swagefast reports that it has experienced an increase in business since it ventured into manufacturing fasteners for the renewable-energy market in 2013.
Swagefast Embarks On a New Era
Having a distinct presence in the fastener industry, Swagefast is renowned for being a leader in the manufacturing and supply of fasteners to several sectors, including mining, petrochemicals, transportation and railways, energy, engineering and agriculture sectors. As a brand, Swagefast is constantly evolving and looking for new and innovative ways to engage with customers.
Swagefast leading the fasteners industry
Established in 1994, Swagefast is positioned as a leading manufacturer and supplier of Fasteners and Fastening Systems. Having been in the industry for over two decade Swagefast’ supplies a wide range of quality products to service the mining, petrochemicals, transportation and railways, energy, engineering and agriculture sectors. Swagefast is also proud to announce that we are a B-BBEE Level 1 accredited.
Stock Dumping Compromising Fastener Quality
Despite its pivotal role in systems, the fastener industry is often the element that is most neglected. As the industry continues to grow at a rapid pace there are several factors impacting its success, including stock dumping. An age old phenomenon, stock dumping is easily defined as shipping off sub-standard quality products to a specific country. It is perhaps one of the greatest causes of poor quality fasteners entering the market.