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Bidvest has added another reputable company to its fold.
As a recognised and trusted brand, Steiner Hygiene is a service-orientated organisation providing hygiene rental equipment and related services to a wide spectrum of businesses – from small to large - and institutions across all industries including government, medical, recreational and hospitality facilities throughout South Africa. And now, also, in Namibia as Bidvest Namibia Steiner.
Steiner Hygiene, was established in South Africa in 1958, and is regarded as the industry leader in the field of hygiene care, constantly exploring new ideas and the latest innovations in hygiene.
Steiner grew from a relatively small hygiene service provider owned and controlled by the American Linen Supply Co, to an independent local brand with an infrastructure of 30 branches in South Africa.
In the world of Steiner hygiene is not simply a task, but a science of continuously analysing and improving its products to ensure it meets the client’s unique needs and budget. This same dedication will be evident in the newly established Bidvest Namibia Steiner, when it officially opens its doors in February 2012.
Newly- appointed branch manager, Sam Hasheela, said the new company adds an exciting portfolio of quality rental equipment and services to the local market.
“Yes, there are other hygiene service companies, but what sets Steiner apart, is its extensive range of renowned rental hygiene equipment for any industry, our strict quality service approach as well as constantly bringing new innovations in the field of hygiene ,” Hasheela added.
The company is ISO 9001:2008 accredited, illustrative of its commitment to exceed industry standard.
Bidvest Namibia Steiner offers a wide range rental hygiene equipment, dispensing units, cleaning materials and disinfectant products for office, home, industrial, medical and any other industry. Its services include contractual hygiene services for large office or industries, installation and maintenance of hygiene equipment.
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