We reopened today after a welcome break and end to arguably one of the toughest years we’ve seen. The entire team at MES is looking forward to the 2021 off-crop season and meeting all your servicing and installation requirements.
There are only a few mills that have not confirmed their service and consulting dates and we will follow up with you soon to finalise arrangements. We all pray that we soon see the end of this pandemic and that our respective businesses can operate with minimal interruption.
We wish to thank you for your support during the current year. We would like to assure you of our continued commitment to supply you with reliable, quality products and personal, excellent service in 2021.
Kindly be advised that we will be closing on the 18th December 2020 and will re-open on the 11th January 2021.
Where ever your destination may be during the holidays, we wish you a safe journey and joyous festive season. We look forward to a mutually successful 2021. Wishing you a blessed Christmas and a Prosperous New year.
As a supplier and service provider to essential services such as yourselves, we are permitted to trade in the event you require products or maintenance that are critical to your operations. We do not have full maintenance teams available, so please contact us with any needs you may have so we can see how we can help.
In our united effort to flatten the curve, our workshop and offices remain closed and administrative staff are working from home and are accessible via email.
MEScc wish to thank you for your support during the current year. We would like to assure you of our continued commitment to supply you with reliable, quality products and personal, excellent service in 2020.
Kindly be advised that we will be closing on the 13th December 2019 and will re-open on the 13th January 2020.
Where ever your destination may be during the holidays, we wish you a safe journey and joyous festive season. We look forward to a mutually successful 2019. Wishing you a blessed Christmas and a Prosperous New year.
Please note that Tuesday the 24th of September 2019 is a national public holiday and we will be closed on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th. We will reopen on Wednesday the 25th.
In KwaZulu-Natal, this day was known as Shaka’s day, commemorating the Zulu King Shaka, who died in 1828. The Public Holidays bill presented to parliment after 1994 didn’t originally include Heritage Day, and the Inkatha Freedom Party, a political party with a large Zulu membership, objected. A compromise was reached by creating a holiday that would forge a new identity for all South Africans.
To create unity from diversity after the dismantling of apartheid, Heritage Day highlights the histories of all racial groups and recognises all the men and women who have contributed to the heritage and culture of the nation.
Freedom of cultural, religious and linguistic expression is now enshrined in the constitution. The term Ubuntu, meaning “I am because you are”, is used to engender respect for other people.
South Africans visit heritage sites, acknowledge the different cultures, and celebrate the various aspects of our culture such as art, music, research and teaching.