Benefits of a one-stop shop

By | 2021-02-15T10:48:58+00:00 February 15th, 2021|

There is nothing better than handing off a project for someone to complete from start to finish. Working through a single supplier makes light work of administration increases efficiency, since communication channels are streamlined. The benefit of a ‘one-stop shop’ is knowing that when the job is left in capable hands, it’ll be done promptly and professionally.

Phakamisa offers a pit-to-port solution for mining companies. Image credit: Phakamisa

Phakamisa offers a pit-to-port solution for mining companies. Image credit: Phakamisa

Phakamisa Hard Rock Mining is that one-stop shop. Providing specialised operational services, Phakamisa’s offering includes hard rock mining, screening, crushing and plant hire.

According to Frikkie Vermaak, CEO of Phakamisa, their turnkey solution is game-changing for customers: “Our versatile service offering gives us the flexibility to meet the customer on their level, depending on what their needs are. We’re always up for a challenge and we put in one hundred percent to meet targets,” says Vermaak.

As a single supplier, Phakamisa manages stockpiles, loading and on-road delivery processes to maintain an uninterrupted mining supply chain. With skilled management teams on-site, their expert operational and administrative teams handle logistical solutions with ease and reduce the risks associated with having many contractors involved.

A fleet of reliable low-hour equipment remains at the ready to keep work on schedule. Thanks to their well-planned maintenance regime, the availability and quantity of Phakamisa’s plant ensures greater uptime and productivity. Likewise, regular up-keep of equipment allows the company to adhere to strict safety regulations at all times.

“We offer a pit-to-port solution which includes the full package of our service offering. From the mining, crushing and screening to the plant hire, logistics and transport, our reputable standards rest on our ability to deliver results timeously,” says Vermaak.