Specialist in the design and maintenance of power plants, Steinmüller Africa, has become the successful tenor of Eskom’s four-year contract, effective 1 January 2022. This contract will retain 600 jobs and create approximately 2 400 new jobs.

Steinmüller Africa secures four-year contract with Eskom. Image credit: Steinmüller Africa

Steinmüller Africa secures four-year contract with Eskom. Image credit: Steinmüller Africa

As the successful bidder against several local and international companies, the company will provide maintenance and repair services for the Arnot, Camden, Duvha, Kriel, Majuba, Hendrina, Kendal, and Kusile Power Stations.

“Steinmüller Africa is immensely pleased to have secured business with its largest customer. We have proven our expertise by fulfilling Eskom’s stringent requirements,” says Moso Bolofo, director of the company.

This contract will retain 600 jobs and create approximately 2 400 new jobs. Image credit: Steinmüller Africa

This contract will retain 600 jobs and create approximately 2 400 new jobs. Image credit: Steinmüller Africa

Thirty percent of the contract value will support local businesses through sub-contraction, aiming to empower EMEs, QSEs, Youth- and Disabled-owned businesses through the support of their services, including accommodation, transport, and other consumables.

The bulk of the company’s services will be carried out at the eight power station sites, with fabrication of some components at its 30,000m2 Pretoria based facility. The company offers comprehensive expertise for boiler pressure parts, high temperature and pressure steam pipes, as well as in heat exchangers. Services include automated welding, pipe bending, pipe and tube manipulation, plant lifetime extension plans, and project management services.

Steinmüller Africa has been Eskom’s service provider of choice for the maintenance and servicing of its power plants for almost 60 years.

From left to right: Steinmüller Africa Executive Directors, Moso Bolofo, Bodo Haar and Mohamed Khan. Image credit: Steinmüller Africa

From left to right: Steinmüller Africa Executive Directors, Moso Bolofo, Bodo Haar and Mohamed Khan. Image credit: Steinmüller Africa