Products and Achievements of Banks R &L Hiring Submission Details
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About the Company
Banks R & L Hiring is one of the most renowned event equipment hiring companies in Cape Town, with more than 75 years of experience. It was formed by the merger of Hiring Supply Banks and R & LHiring. Hiring Supply Banks had been a household name in the industry for over 75 years whereas R & L, formed in 1990, had succeeded in garnering a significant niche market through the quality of its service and level of its commitment towards customer satisfaction. This merger brought rationalisation of both marquees and hiring stock items as well as fostered a sense of commitment to quality, service and efficiency. The cumulative, diverse and complementary skills of the two individual companies brought about the best results in terms of customer loyalty and a customer base growth.
31 Section Street
Paarden Eiland 7405
(021) 510 – 7011
(021) 510 – 7061
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