Denver Johannesburg 2094
The Vesconite story goes right back to 1968, when chemical engineer Alain Francois Leger began researching the potential for polymer bushing materials in the gold mines of South Africa’s Orange Free State – a harsh environment characterized by dirty and wet conditions.
Fifty years on, the producer of Vesconite is South Africa’s leading manufacturer of low friction, low wear polymer bushing materials for a wide range of industries in over 100 countries across the globe. These include agriculture, railways, mining, pumps, heavy transport, hydro, wind turbine, earthmoving and marine.
The Vesconite factory spans 12,000 square meters and features advanced extrusion, injection-moulding and machining facilities. The factory produces both standard stock (rods, bushings and plates) and high quality finished parts.
The producer of Vesconite also has warehouses in South Africa, the US, UK, Netherlands and New Zealand, with stocking distributors in Argentina, Australia and Singapore.