Local pair buy Duzi fencing

2011-05-05 00:00

TWO Pietermaritzburg businessmen, Craig Wilcocks and Ralston Witthoft, have bought Duzi Fencing, an established enterprise in the city.

The business, which is based at Roycol Park in Mkondeni, was established 17 years ago.

Wilcocks and Witthoft told The Witness they acquired the business from Dave Thrash and Wik Steyn, and they will focus on existing clients as well as growing their client base in Pietermaritzburg and across the country.

Wilcocks comes from a background of steel sales, while Witthoft is a security expert.

“I’ve known Dave a long time … and Duzi Fencing is a good brand,” Wilcocks said.

The business offers a range of products, including palisade fencing, electric fencing, gate installation and automation, security access control, carports in shade cloth and with steel roofs, solutions for the farming community, game owners and the industrial market, as well as clear-view fencing.

Geodesic domes are another specialised product the company offers. The dome structures can be used for display and décor, jungle gyms, public and private events and cages.

Duzi Fencing is based in Pietermaritzburg, it has clients throughout South Africa.

 

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