Richards Bay equipment company makes a global mark
13 May 2020 | Web Article Number: ME202019046
RICHARDS Bay-based ETT started out 25 years ago as a supplier of specialised equipment to complement top original equipment manufacturers’ (OEM) products, including Caterpillar, Komatsu, Volvo, Bell Equipment, Liebherr and Hitachi.
Co-founder Richard Everingham said: “More than two decades of hard work has gone into creating belief that ETT builds the finest products in the world, which add significant value to the range of products from OEMs.”
He said the quality of its ancillary equipment, such as water tanks, diesel tanks and lube tanks not only complement the OEM’s products but provides customers with reliable and durable specialised support equipment for mines and construction sites anywhere.
In addition to its tank products, Everingham described ETT as a “world-leader” in off-road lowbed trailers, offering a wide range of standard and compact rear and side loading trailers. Altogether, ETT offers a product line of more than 70 machines designed to optimise operations and excel in rugged conditions.
“With a little over a 25-year record of exporting products from South Africa to destinations all over the world, we are now perfectly poised to share our products on a more consistent basis with new and existing users,” he said.