Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Montague Gardens

Feb 27

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Montague Gardens

TALISMAN Hire Montague Gardens opened November 2005 being one of the first three stores to open in the Western Cape, thus launching the TALISMAN Hire brand in the Western Cape. As the oldest operating franchise in Cape Town we have a very good understanding of clients’ needs in our area. Some of the most popular equipment in our store include Compaction Equipment,...

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Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Menlyn

Feb 07

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Menlyn

The existing TALISMAN Hire Menlyn franchise was acquired by Gerald Murphy in 2007. Our location close to main roads and highways means we can service our customers quickly and efficiently.  We also strive to make the hire process as quick and easy as possible for our customers. Some of the most popular equipment in our store include Demolition equipment, floor...

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Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Kimberley

Oct 31

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Kimberley

In 2009 Phillip Calitz saw the opportunity to open a TALISMAN Hire in Kimberley. What makes our franchise unique is that we are uniquely positioned in the busy and well-known Schmidtsdrift Road in Kimberley. Some of the most popular equipment and machines in our store include Aerial Platform Hoists, Compaction Equipment and Breakers.   How and when did you...

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Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Hermanus

Oct 11

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Hermanus

Joe Terblanche purchased the existing TALISMAN Hire Hermanus franchise in September 2013. What makes our store unique is our wide range of equipment due to a very varied customer base i.e. abalone farming to civil construction. Some of the most popular equipment and machines in our store include Hilti TE3000 breakers, Compaction equipment, Scaffolding and Concrete...

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Compaction equipment

Feb 16

Compaction equipment

It is crucial to have a solid foundation before any construction endeavour should take place. If this is not the case, you leave room for movement under the construction you have made which in turn could lead to cracking and breaking of the base you have worked hard to create. The process of preparing the base and making it as solid as possible is called...

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