With immediate effect, solar park operators and operation and maintenance companies from South Africa and Namibia can purchase SunBrush mobil cleaning equipment made in Lachen, Germany, with the matching loader vehicles from Avant.
September 13, 2021. By News Bureau
With immediate effect, solar park operators and operation and maintenance companies from South Africa and Namibia can purchase SunBrush mobil cleaning equipment made in Lachen, Germany, with the matching loader vehicles from Avant. For this purpose, the expert for solar cleaning equipment has opened a joint service and sales location in Western Cape with the South African Avant-sales partner Avant SA.
The loaders from Avant can be used flexibly as they are compatible with over 200 attachments, including lawn mowers or machines for removing weeds. SunBrush cleaning systems are also quick and easy to fit to the multifunction vehicles. “Solar park employees can thus maintain the entire solar park with just one loader vehicle. This not only saves them costs, but also time,” explains Oliver Köster, Sales Manager at SunBrush mobil.
If another loader vehicle is already available, customers can also buy the cleaning equipment individually. Currently, SunBrush mobil and Avant SA are building a spare parts warehouse so that trained personnel can maintain and repair the SunBrush machines on site.
“We are very excited and honoured with new partnership between Avant South Africa and SunBrush Germany. We have been importing only quality equipment from Europe since 2007 and the SunBrush is a very popular addition to the Avant range of attachments. Avant SA will be distributing the complete range of SunBrush equipment in South Africa and neighbouring countries. Prospective and existing customers can expect only the best service possible - something that we are known for in the industry,” explains Wally Loftie-Eaton, Managing Director of Avant South Africa.
“The photovoltaic market in South Africa is growing rapidly. Together with our powerful partner, we want to exploit this potential,” says Köster.