Bokokotla Motshabo Construction & Projects (Pty) Ltd, a Rustenburg-based company offering civil and structural construction services, as well as heavy-duty machinery rentals, has purchased a sixth high-pressure vacuum truck to add to its existing fleet procured from Werner Pumps. While the previous five truck units have either been vacuum trucks or combination vacuum and jetting trucks, the sixth one is an Amanzi Recycling Unit.
Bokokotla Eric Mahlatji, Director of Bokokotla Motshabo Construction & Projects, says the company has been in operation since 2012 and strives for continuous growth. “We’re a family orientated business – we believe in the future of our young ones and that providing job opportunities will guarantee better futures for our children,” he says. “Our motto is ‘Unity is the power’ and we have a vision of growth.”
Mahlatji says the new recycling truck is an important addition to the company’s jetting and pumping equipment, as it will increase the business’s capacity and enable it to service customers’ needs more effectively and efficiently.
Sebastian Werner, Managing Director of Werner Pumps SA, says the company has been supplying high-pressure jetting equipment for more than three decades and the water recycling truck units are a fairly recent addition to its range of 100% locally manufactured high-pressure vacuum and jetting equipment.
“The benefit of the recycling unit is that it offers both wet and dry suction capacity and the ability to use water obtained from sewer lines onsite,” he explains. “It’s an ideal solution for cleaning sewer and stormwater lines, and for municipal applications – work that Bokokotla Motshabo does on a regular basis. The recycling unit saves up to 168.000l of clean water per 8-hour shift, which means it caters for South Africa’s water scarce environment, and is available in various forms and sizes.”
Mahlatji says that his company is a repeat customer with Werner Pumps because of the high-quality trucks and service provided. “Werner Pumps’ customers will have a continuous return rate,” he says.