Richard Botton, divisional CEO, Marthinusen & Coutts, says both Marthinusen & Coutts and ACTOM Turbo Machines have a long and proud history of serving customers on the continent. He ascribes the ongoing success to a combination of diligent planning; a culture of problem solving and providing innovative solutions; a sense of urgency, industry-leading skills; and having the necessary infrastructure and resources in place, both in South Africa and in strategic African countries.

African electrical and mechanical provider consolidatesMarthinusen & Coutts is unique in that it is the only independently owned service provider that can provide extensive maintenance, repair and special manufacturing solutions for all electrical and mechanical rotating machinery.

“We are well positioned to carry out critical projects both in Africa and globally, having access to all our resources in South Africa as well as our well-equipped facility in Zambia, which provides immediate services to our customers in that region, with all the sought-after advantages of a local facility, plus the full backup of M&C and ACTOM’s resources in South Africa,” Botton says.

Marthinusen & Coutts has an extensive reference base of successfully completed projects, innovative maintenance solutions, record turnaround time breakdown repairs, and numerous on-site maintenance contracts.

The key differentiator for Marthinusen & Coutts is its rapid response time, inherent sense of urgency, culture of dedicated customer service and ability to mobilise quickly and efficiently in tackling critical projects. “We understand our customers’ business needs and that they cannot afford unscheduled downtime. Many of these projects are vital to ensure regular power supply to mining projects and other sectors, so our speed, understanding and service delivery are all essential,” Botton says.

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