MVBR’s KZN premises is a centre where recyclable surplus is sorted and cut to size and fabricated into finished products on-site. Surplus materials are transported to steel fabricators in various locations around the country. Employee skills are continuously transferred through the various initiatives embraced by MVBR.
The ongoing manufacture of lockers, stationery cupboards, security gates, burglar bars, steel doors and more from raw materials. Standalone, ready-to-use and designed specifically, MVBR will meet the needs of the metalwork fabrication industry.
MVBR deals with the smelting masters of significant foundries in KZN and Gauteng, converting raw material into usable and innovative products for upselling. Analysis equipment facilitates bench-top grade accuracy and precision, for melt shop products.
MVBR understands the importance of reusing, repurposing, and up-cycling. Surplus materials from the mining industry, formerly consigned to landfills, is now recycled into everyday implements required for life in South Africa.
Due to the labour-intensive nature of SynchroCycling, MVBR focuses on upskilling so that workers understand and can efficiently operate high-end equipment, in processing and analysing chemical composition of usable waste materials. Product development teams work in conjunction with human resources from the local communities training and implementation to produce quality products.