Rand-Air, a market leader in the rental of compressors and generators is proud to announce that they have recently appointed Outdistance (Pty) LTD, the agency of choice in the mining, engineering, power and construction industries in Botswana. After almost 21 years in Botswana and operating under the Atlas Copco legal entity for the past seven, Rand-Air continues to solidify its brand presence in this market. Outdistance (Pty) LTD aims to provide the best products and services to meet customers’ expectations which is in line with Rand-Air’s company ethos of exceeding customer satisfaction and expectation.
“Rand-Air’s needs in Botswana required that we partner with an agency to take over all the servicing of our compressors in this market. Outdistance (Pty) LTD covers the entire Botswana area from their 4000 square metre property in Phakalane and it was this alongside the agencies strong reputation that influenced our decision to choose them as our partner,” says General Manager at Rand-Air, Louwrens Erasmus.
Marc Dorey, Managing Director of Outdistance (Pty) LTD adds, “The acquisition of the Rand-Air brand into our portfolio allows us to offer our customers backup solutions for critical equipment in the unfortunate event of a breakdown to ensure that their business continues operating at optimum no matter what the situation. This also allows us to assist customers to craft new and innovative solution on a monthly OPEX model that otherwise they might not have been able to consider.”
“It is a privilege that Rand-Air chose to partner with us. We are committed to offering our clients a world class service experience and we want to enable that this trust is well placed by servicing Rand-Air’s customers in Botswana. We are the country distributor for Atlas Copco Construction Technique and we get enquires on an ongoing basis for predictable air and power rentals. By introducing Rand-Air into our portfolio, we can expand our service offering and address these enquiries. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership form both sides,” Dorey concludes.