MH370 – the conspiracy theory sells newspapers! I am not a big fan of the news media when it comes to conspiracy theories and sensationalism. With the missing Malaysian MH370 in everyone’s mind the first thing that became most apparent was our sifting through media reports rather than wreckage. The first theory was the Boeing 777 […]
All About Circuits – Tony R. Kuphaldt Tony R. Kuphaldt is an instructor at Bellingham Technical College in Bellingham, Washington. If you are planning on a career in electrical or electronic work All About Circuits is dedicated to you. Go through each and every chapter (under sitemap), do not skip and do the tests. Electrical or […]
SSB Transceivers – In the very beginning Bouncing back from our article on the ARRL we thought it may be pertinent to drop in a few words about SSB communications based on two emails we received from interested readers, both of whom are keen listeners on the amateur bands. Although this may be a bit off topic […]
The ARRL turns 100 “To promote and advance the art, science and enjoyment of Amateur Radio.” As an add on to our last article by Darren Wolff on Wireless Technology we thought it may be pertinent to add in some interesting titbits about the ARRL. I am sure that many of our readers are in fact […]
Wireless Technology – Back to our Roots Although many of us see Wi-Fi as the be all and end-all of wire free communication we could not be further from the truth. This article does encompass trends over the last hundred years which has seen a trend to move to UHF bands and use very sophisticated forms of […]
Adendorff Machinery Mart sources equipment from all over the world to offer the greatest range of products at the best prices.
The changing global economy is placing new and increasing demands on companies, and the market place is marked by increased competition worldwide.
Within this fast paced global economy, change is the norm. Environmental, social and technological change with the increased internationalization of business can only mean that long term planning is risky but absolutely essential.
Great quality products and supplying excellent service to customers is imperative. It is also essential to ensure that processes are in place for exceptional interaction throughout the business and creating a strong staffing group that would secure a company that competes with world markets.
In creating a strong staffing group Adendorff Machinery Mart believes in the development and implementation of Organizational Development & Training that is recognized for its ability to understand, conceptualize and deliver total solutions and to provide consistent, professional and long – term relationships with its customers and will assist in developing well rounded staff in all aspects of business
This is what Adendorff Machinery Mart’s vision is all about, and we pride ourselves in focusing on a long term commitment to our vision. Based on our strong commitment to our vision we believe that we place ourselves in a position whereby our decisions, abilities and actions will prove us to be a great market leader within our field.
Our ongoing commitment to our Vision starts with our Mission. Our Mission guides us towards the decisions and actions we take.
Supplying high quality products to the public
Ensuring excellent customer service at all times
Providing great value for money
Understanding our customers needs
Employing skilled workers that will fit in with our company mission and vision
Investing in our employees by understanding and providing training to their specific needs
Creating a strong workforce that operates as a team
To create a healthy, safe and enjoyable environment and atmosphere for both employees and customers
Adendorff Machinery Mart is proud to announce that we have been accredited as a Training Provider through the Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA)
The Qualification and Unit Standard that we are Accredited to present is SAQA ID Nr. 242974 (Operate a Counter-Balanced Lift Truck); CREDITS 7/ NQF LEVEL 3
Our Learners assessed competent against this unit standard will be awarded with the relevant National Qualification Framework (NQF) credits.
The Training Program that we have developed has been evaluated and approved by the Education and Training Quality Assurance (ETQA) section of the Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA)
Our program is specifically designed for both novice and experienced learners who may be expected to operate a lift truck while performing their daily duties.
We also have our own Facilitator – Assessor and Moderator that has been suitably qualified after completing the relevant South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) Unit Standard Qualifications and registered with the Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA)
A word from our Human Resources Department:
“Our belief in that our valued staff are the reason why we are so successful; has been the driving force for creating a Training Department focused on providing accredited and other in-house training across our 18 branches to further develop and empower our staff to create a stronger, better skilled workforce that will enable us to better serve our valuable customer.
We therefore aim to enhance our Career Development Model of continuing to provide training, allowing for self-study and ensuring that a coach/mentor is introduced in each department, competent to assist employees and exposing employees to various situations to gain experience in developing their careers.” – Charl Keyser (HR)
Air Conditioners – Keeping the costs down Like most things, the innovative have discovered how to keep themselves cool at a fraction of the cost of an installed split air-conditioner which uses a compressor and refrigerant. Be warned though, depending where you purchase your hardware it can rack up more than a hundred dollars like it did […]
Your refrigeration system – the heat transfer principle Refrigeration is one of the most widely misunderstood topics amongst the DIYer community yet we have a slew of articles and explanations covering this subject. So what makes it so difficult to understand? Many articles written by specialists rely on the reader’s own understanding of the fundamentals […]
The Energy Crises – Home Users Let’s face it, love it or hate it everyone these days is harping on about what they are doing to reduce energy wastage. A small house with two occupants can consume between 300 and 600kW over a period of a month. (300~600 units). The biggest pest is the water heater or […]