Hadji Ebrahim Crescent keeps it neighbourly

2019-04-30 06:00

G and R Tissue Manufacturers trading as Plush Tissues opened its doors in 2009 in Induland Crescent, Lansdowne and moved to Hadji Ebrahim Crescent in 2013.

They specialise in the manufacturing of quality Sappi Virgin toilet paper but also have a factory shop outlet from which they retail products ranging from toilet paper, lunch wrap, cling wrap, foil, brooms, household detergents, stationery, serviettes, Styrofoam plates and cups and much more.

They work on the idea of the old days, where neighbours looked out for each other; the days where neighbours would say: “gaan vra sies Liema vir ‘n bietjie suiker,” – those days of caring and unselfish sharing.

While businesses are always ploughing at their respective trades, there is comfort and security in the knowledge that if a neighbour is in need, support can always be found from fellow Hadji Ebrahim Cresenters.

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