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Lindsay Africa Opens New Warehouse Facility to Positively Serve African Market
(OMAHA, Neb.) – June 2012—Lindsay Corporation, an international irrigation leader, announces a new warehouse and factory location in South Africa.
The facility, located at 25 Karee Street, Kraaifontein Industria, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa, houses all Zimmatic by Lindsay irrigation system pivots and spares. Eighteen people are employed at the facility, which is located in a vibrant and developing industrial area of Cape Town.
The facility was previously located in Paarl, Boland, Western Cape.
“With this new location, Lindsay Africa has positioned itself positively to serve the growing African irrigation market,” says Bredell Roux, Lindsay Africa General Manager. “We look forward to joining the Kraaifontein community and to continue serving the agricultural irrigation needs of farmers throughout South Africa and surrounding regions.”
The new warehouse serves southern Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Roux says the Lindsay Africa facility is close to the main national highway (N1) and is just 30 kilometers from the nearest port. The 6,678 square-meter site includes a warehouse, offices and stockyard. Roux says the new facility is located in a safe and secure industrial area with other high profile companies.
For more information, please visit www.lindsay.com.
Lindsay Corporation is a leading provider of automated mechanical move irrigation equipment and of traffic safety products. The Company manufactures and markets center-pivot, lateral-move and hose reel irrigation systems which are sold through its worldwide network of dealers. The Company's Zimmatic, Growsmart and Greenfield brands are highly recognized for their quality and technological leadership. The Company also manufactures and markets infrastructure road safety and congestion mitigation products through its wholly owned subsidiaries Barrier Systems Inc. (BSI) and Snoline S.P.A. In addition, the Company produces large-diameter steel tubing and railroad signaling lights and structures.
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