Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Witbank

Feb 27

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Witbank

TALISMAN Hire Witbank opened its doors in 2002 and has since grown from strength to strength over the years. TALISMAN Hire Witbank is situated in the heart of the coal and energy sector of Mpumalanga and thus provides us with the opportunity to provide a multitude of unique equipment types to our clientele. Some of the most popular equipment in our store include...

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Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Musina

Feb 27

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Musina

TALISMAN Hire Musina was established in May 2010. We pride ourselves in delivering quality service to our small community. We stock a variety of construction equipment as well as a large variety of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Compaction and Breaking are some of the most popular equipment in our store. How and when did you become a TALISMAN? TALISMAN Hire...

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Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Mount Edgecombe

Feb 27

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Mount Edgecombe

On 1 October 2012, TALISMAN Hire Umhlanga opened an Express (satellite) store to service our customer on the other side of the busy highway interchange. An Express store’s main purposes are to improve our customer service to existing and new customers and to expand our footprint. Breaking, Drilling and Compaction are some of the most popular equipment in our...

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Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Malalane

Feb 07

Franchise Focus – TALISMAN Hire Malalane

Since 1 July 2008 we had an arrangement with BUCO Hardware∙Buildware in Malalane for their clients to hire TALISMAN Equipment on their BUCO account. The Malalane Express Store is a one stop experience for the BUCO client which enable him to hire TALISMAN Equipment and to purchase his building material on the same BUCO account facility. Some of the most popular...

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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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