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Bowman International launches Bowman Split Bearings South Africa

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Aug 10,2022

Bowman International has launched Bowman Split Bearings South Africa to deliver the manufacturer’s high-load capacity split roller bearings to the South African and African markets.

Managing Director Paul Mitchell said “There are several heavy-side industries in South Africa and Africa that struggle with the detrimental effects of bearing failure. Our new associates – directors Gary Mayer and Leon Van den Berg – will support businesses in these areas to reduce downtime by specifying the Bowman Advanced Roller Bearing, which is specifically designed for high-load applications.”

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