Voith Turbo manufactures drive systems that efficiently drive and move machinery on land and at sea, safely, reliably and comfortably propel vehicles, save energy and reduce emissions.

Leading specialist in power transmission and solid, competent partner of customers all over the world, Voith Turbo is synonymous with fairness, innovative power and reliability in a wide variety of applications. The company works enthusiastically to develop state-of-the art drive and braking systems to provide mechanical, hydrodynamic, electrical and electronic solutions to industry, rail, road and marine, world-wide.

The Voith group has an annual turnover of approximately 5.7 billion EUR, 42 000 employees and operates in about 50 countries around the world. As a global company, Voith has access to the latest engineering technologies and currently holds over 11000 active patents.

Voith Turbo (Pty) Ltd was established in South Africa in 1981. Formerly Voith South Africa Pty Ltd it is a member of the worldwide Voith group of companies headquartered in Heidenheim, Germany and is a direct subsidiary of Voith Turbo Vertriebsgesellschaft GmbH.

Voith Turbo (Pty) Ltd is active in the following market segments: Mining and Materials Handling, Transportation, Energy, Oil and Gas and Paper. The company currently has a Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) rating of Level 6.

The main facility in Witfield, Gauteng, includes sales, workshops, stores and testing facilities. An extensive network of Voith representatives, distributors and agents ensures sales, service and distribution coverage into the African continent, stretching as far north as Nigeria.


  • Street: Hughes Business Park, 16 Saligna Street
  • Postcode: 1459
  • City: Boksburg
  • Province: Gauteng
  • Country: South Africa


  • Telephone: +27 11 418 4000
  • Fax: +27 11 418 4080/81
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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