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June 13th, 2014
IWC acquires Tektower

IWC acquires Tektower

Roger Rusch, Managing Director of IWC

South African leaders in cooling towers and cooling solutions, IWC, announced today, 13 June 2014, that is has acquired Tektower, a South African cooling tower manufacturer and related services provider.

Tektower, formerly known as Suzler Cooling, has been providing innovative cooling solutions for 40 years completing projects in South Africa and on the sub-continent including Sudan, Kenya, Zambia, Nigeria, Mozambique and Mauritius.

Currently based in Spartan, Gauteng, Tektower will be relocating to the IWC company premises in Isando, retaining its brand name and operating as an IWC subsidiary.

While existing management of Tektower will remain the same, joining the board of directors at Tektower is Pooven Reddy, current Financial Manager of IWC who will take over as Financial Director of the new IWC subsidiary and Roger Rusch, Managing Director of IWC, who will assume the role of CEO.

Rusch says, “The strength of the Tektower brand and their expertise in the South African market as well as their impressive track record in Africa offers an added advantage to IWC’s existing service and product offering.”

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