Introducing a new range of medical products known as Mac Care to our existing range of catering equipment. Stainless steel washroom accessories; surgeons scrub-up units; sluice sinks; slophoppers; drip sinks; mortuary equipment; laboratory equipment.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
Van Dyck Floors
Soft floor coverings
Van Dyck Carpets Pty Ltd is the oldest South African carpet manufacturer (based in Durban) and has been in operation since 1948. Van Dyck Carpets is ISO 9001:2008 (quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management) approved by the SABS, and we are also the only flooring manufacturer who has an ISO 14064-1 Green House Gas verification report. Beyond this, we have become the first South African company to achieve The Carbon Trust Standard for Carbon (the world's leading and independent certifier of organisational carbon footprint reduction), for reducing our Green House Gas emissions by more than 30% over the past 3 years.
location_on Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
Geberit, as a pioneer and European market leader, is well known for its water-saving, advanced plumbing and sanitary technologies. From the time of its establishment in 1874, the company has always been a pioneer in the sector, consistently setting new trends and building a reputation for sustainability, innovation, quality and reliability.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Saint-Gobain Gyproc SA (Pty) Ltd: Manufacturer and marketer of gypsum-based plasters, ceiling systems and interior walling systems for the residential; commercial markets.
location_on Centurion, Gauteng
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Mac Brothers products include : CATERING EQUIPMENT: Mac Brothers started off as a producer of stainless steel catering equipment and grew to be a leading supplier and producer to brands such as Burger King, the Spur Group, Dunkin’ Donuts and various other prominent players in the food service industry. MEDICAL SANITARY WARE: Our new Mac-Care product range is based on consultations with end-users, architects and engineers to improve hygiene and safety. MORTUARY & LABORATORY EQUIPMENT: Mac Brothers has partnered with a leading UK producer to locally manufacture internationally renowned mortuary equipment, which will complement its current range of body storage racking systems. WASHROOM ACCESSORIES: A new partnership with a European producer, PROOX, has been established to distribute a range of washroom accessories to complement the Mac-Care range.    
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today26 Oct 2011

World Design Capital 2014 – it’s Cape Town!

Cape Town has been named World Design Capital for the year 2014, ahead of fellow short-listed cities, Dublin and Bilbao. The sought-after accolade was awarded to the Mother City this morning at the International Design Alliance (IDA) Congress in Taipei. The World Design Capital title is awarded bi-annually by the International Council for Societies of Industrial Design (ICSID) to give global prominence to cities that use design for their social, economic and cultural development. Founded in 1957 and active in 50 countries, ICSID has awarded the World Design Capital designation three times – to Torino, Italy (2008); Seoul, South Korea (2010) and Helsinki, Finland (designated for 2012). The World Design Capital title is awarded in advance, allowing winning cities sufficient time to plan, develop and promote a year-long programme of World Design Capital-themed events for their designated year
today9 Nov 2010

Can Cape Town be the 2014 World Design Capital?

With more than half the world’s population now living in urban areas, design has become an increasingly fundamental tool to make cities more competitive, attractive, liveable and efficient. The World Design Capital designation is a city promotion project that celebrates the accomplishments of cities that have used design as a tool to reinvent themselves and improve social, cultural and economic life.
today28 Mar 2012

Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award Cape Town entries

The fifth Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award (DBUAA) – in Cape Town this year – has received the highest number of submissions – 254 – since the award programme was established in 2007.  The submissions reflect the vibrancy and creativity of Cape Town’s citizens in tackling the social and urban challenges of their city. From a range of social and geographical backgrounds, the projects indicate that strong and diverse alliances are being built to improve the urban environment and quality of life. The support of universities, local authorities and government programmes and the cooperation of different community organisations have been important factors in the success of the projects.  The Cape Town projects are generally of a high quality and range across categories such as education, culture, environment, sanitation, public space, local economies and social integration.
today13 Feb 2012

Cape Town for 2012 Urban Age Award

Another win for Cape Town – alongside its recent successful World Design Capital 2014 bid – is its selection as the city to receive the fifth Deutsche Bank Urban Age.  The Urban Age Award recognises and celebrates creative solutions to problems and opportunities that face more than half the world’s population now living in cities. The award focuses on projects that benefit communities and local residents by improving their urban environments. It seeks to encourage citizens, policy-makers, private business and non-governmental organisations to take a proactive role in adopting shared responsibilities for the cities of the 21st century – mankind’s first truly ‘urban’ age.
today26 Jan 2012

Cape Town for 2012 Urban Age Award

Another win for Cape Town – alongside its recent successful World Design Capital 2014 bid – is its selection as the city to receive the fifth Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award.  The Urban Age Award recognises and celebrates creative solutions to problems and opportunities that face more than half the world’s population now living in cities. The award focuses on projects that benefit communities and local residents by improving their urban environments. It seeks to encourage citizens, policy-makers, private business and non-governmental organisations to take a proactive role in adopting shared responsibilities for the cities of the 21st century – mankind’s first truly ‘urban’ age.