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‘Green’ is the word

by Darren
Supreme Mouldings skirtings profiles Jnl 1 16

A product that is 100% made by South Africans for South Africans.

“Offering the flooring and construction industry a product 100% made by South Africans for South Africans, which is also 100% waterproof, is what forms the foundation of Enviroline,” says Niki Mukheiber from Supreme Mouldings.

It is a brand comprising polystyrene-based mouldings, such as skirting, flooring profiles, picture frame mouldings, and curtain rods. Its products are manufactured using recycled material, ensuring the range is one of the greenest of its type found in South Africa.

This is made possible as a result of Supreme Mouldings’ own collection and recycling facilities across South Africa, and their products are composed of 80-100% recycled material. They currently process roughly 10 000 cubic metres of material a month that would have ended up in a landfill somewhere in South Africa’s otherwise beautiful environment. This volume equates to roughly two rugby fields stacked one metre high with waste material.

Furthermore, a portion of every sale of any Enviroline product made goes toward the “Save the Rhino” project.

At present, Supreme Mouldings is one of the major suppliers to the local market, also exporting to North America, Europe and the rest of Africa.

Their manufacturing plant is based in East London and distribution takes place in three major cities, namely Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.

The benefits of their skirting include the fact that it is readily available, and the company offers a 24-hour local turnaround on deliveries; it is maintenance-free, while at the same time creating jobs and supporting the economy; it is easy to install; and provides consistent, beautiful finishes.

All of these factors equate to a set of products manufactured by South Africans who inject passion and dedication into everything that they do as a company and a brand in the flooring industry.

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