GROWTH, OPPORTUNITY AND POSSIBILITIES FOR PLASTIC PIPE INDUSTRY Submission Details
Author: Monique Holtzhausen from Aim Marketing & Communications Consultants.
More Info link: http://www.sappma.co.za
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Note to the Editor:
SAPPMA as launched in 2004 to represent the interests of the well-developed plastic pipe business in South Africa and surrounding countries. The purpose of this voluntary, self-regulating association (registered as a Section 21 Company in terms of the Companies Act of SA) is to create consumer confidence within the plastic pipe industry by promoting the production and use of high-quality plastic pipes and pipes systems. Only plastic pipes that are manufactured by SAPPMA members and are able to demonstrate that they meet local and international quality standards, are allowed to display the SAPPMA logo.
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