Wacker Neuson provides equipment to build Pump Track for Pretoria school. Pump Tracks are a worldwide phenomenon that allow cyclists of all levels and ages to experience the thrill of truly sportive bicycle riding in a relatively small area, and in so doing promote whole-family and community involvement in healthy exercise and leisure activities. They typically comprise a looping trail system, with a series of whoop sections, contoured jumps and steeply bermed corners all strung together to allow for almost pedal-free cycling.
Maximizing productivity and minimizing operating costs are always top of mind during product design for global plant and light construction equipment specialist, Wacker Neuson, and the 3503 excavator is certainly no exception.
The new ML440 Light Tower from compact and light construction equipment specialist, Wacker Neuson, is a game changer, delivering exceptional, reliable and affordable lighting for safe and uninterrupted work on the job site.
Wacker Neuson’s range of German-engineered compact machines are high performance, robust, reliable and economical workhorses that take South Africa’s wide diversity of agricultural applications in their stride.
South Africa’s 2 500 kms of coastline with its beautiful beaches are popular for local as well as international tourists and keeping these natural resources spotless is vital for the country’s tourism industry. The ability of current beach cleaning to remove glass and other debris smaller than 10mm is found wanting by some of the local municipalities.
Wacker Neuson offers a wide range of equipment solutions. Products are ideally suited for a vast variety of landscaping applications, such as horticulture and creating and maintaining parks and green spaces in public or private and residential developments.
Wacker Neuson South Africa upholds a proud heritage of supporting its quality range of compact machines and equipment supplied to Southern African construction, road making, mining, agricultural and landscaping industries with unsurpassed service and after-sales backup.
In March 2016, a donation of R172 000,00 was handed over to two SOS Children’s Villages in Africa by Eugene Brown, Regional President for the sub-Saharan Africa Region, on behalf of the Wacker Neuson Group.
(Munich, February 2, 2016) As of April 1, 2016, Jan Willem Jongert (51) will join the Executive Board of Wacker Neuson SE. In his new role as Chief Sales Officer (CSO), Mr. Jongert will be responsible for the global sales, service, logistics and marketing activities of the Wacker Neuson Group.