Nordland Lighting
Hazardous, industrial and commercial lighting manufacturers
Hazardous, industrial and commercial lighting manufacturers Nordland Lighting, based in Muldersdrift, Gauteng, South Africa started out in 1967 as a luminaire importer but it soon became a local manufacturer instead.
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Architectural company offering full architectural services and project management in the Eastern Cape, leader of quality architectural design of the highest standards appropriate for the South African context and culture, developing globally respected and sound business solutions.
News & Product Highlights
today29 Mar 2012
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Safety grating for floors and walkways

For Jet Park-based Killarney Engineering, a subsidiary of Andrew Mentis, 2011 was a watershed year, with a significantly increased order book that included large orders for its unique serrated grating.  In response to the accelerated pace of production required to keep up with the new orders, Killarney Engineering embarked on an upgrade and reconfiguration of its 3 500m2 production facility to create a more streamlined production flow and achieve improved lead times. The company’s premises are also being refurbished, with new corporate signage and vehicle livery.
today6 Sep 2017
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Nordland Lighting still shining brightly after 50 years of innovation

Industrial and hazardous lighting specialist, Nordland, has new luminaires available in stainless steel for specific requirements, in addition to launching die-cast aluminium bulkhead Zone 2 LED luminaires.
today29 Oct 2015

Project and people awards for excellence in civil engineering

The prestigious annual SAICE-SAFCEC Awards gala event for the Most Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievements for 2014/2015 was held at The Bay Hotel in CampsBay in Cape Town on 16 October. It was the first time in many, many years that the event has been brought to Cape Town and the Capetonians responded excellently by turning up in numbers!
today24 Jun 2013

Expanded metal integrity essential

The increasing amount of inferior expanded metal products being offered on the South African market is raising concerns about the reliability of these products when they are installed in safety-critical applications, according to Dean Weil, divisional production manager at Andrew Mentis.