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Grounded in success and geared for the future

OVER the last 18 years, customers of Kemach Equipment (Kemach) have been supplied with world-class equipment, outstanding customer service and competitive pricing.

The ever-changing needs of Kemach customers are strongly aligned with the challenges that mining, materials and construction industries alike are facing. With the evolution and transformation of project scopes, the introduction of strong, high-performance products and cost-centric services are needed now more than ever.

By staying ahead of the demand and adapting to the curve, Kemach has re-aligned its business to current needs and are responding to the fast-paced requirements of customers. Les Lothian, CEO of Kemach Equipment says, “We remain a trusted company with a steadfast focus on following strategic goals determined by local needs and global events. We continually look at ways to expand our offering and ultimately give our customers what they truly need.”

Les Lothian further adds, ‘The immediate focus for Kemach is on growth within, and for South Africa. We’ve established ourselves as a trusted partner across the region and Kemach is encouraged by the positive upturn in developments that we are seeing in the construction, earthmoving and materials handling sectors.’

By offering customers leading brands such as Kemach Forklifts, Kemach Lubricants  and McCloskey and by working with OEM principals in providing much needed market feedback, Kemach Equipment continues to be a company that appeals to various industries as a best business decision – today and into the future.

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