SOUTH AFRICA & NAMIBIA
MOBILE MIXERS | BATCHING PLANTS | SOUTH AFRICA
MoJo Go is the dealer for Blend, Komatsu and Case Construction equipment and is situated near O.R. Tambo airport in Germiston.
Blend Plants, the new and innovative Italian brand for mobile concrete and cold asphalt blending plants, is now available to the South African and Namibian construction and road building and repair market.
Blend plants are innovative, flexible, and highly functional on a construction site where considerations of wastage, storage, access are factors. Please see our range of solutions for your business:
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MoJo Go has a territorial sales agreement with Komatsu South Africa and Case Construction Equipment for the sale of their construction and mining equipment into six Sub-Saharan countries. In addition MoJo Go proudly offers the full range of Blend Plants equipment into South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. All our products on offer are major international brands of the highest quality and renowned for their wide-ranging applications across the mining and construction industries. For any sales and or technical queries, please contact MoJo Go’s Managing Director, Iain Johnstone, at Iain@mojogo.co.za or our sales representative, Freddie Raubenheimer at Freddie.Raub@mojogo.co.za
Iain Johnstone has worked in the automotive and yellow metal sector for over twenty years in many African territories. Iain specialises in the establishment and growth of major brands such as Toyota, Mazda, Nissan, Isuzu, Iveco trucks, Trailer Manufacturers, Komatsu and CASE Equipment.
Freddie Raubenheimer has worked in technical sales and support in the mining, construction and fabrication sectors for over twenty years in south Africa. Freddie specializes in sales and support of equipment and sales customer support.
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