Lasher Tools

Lasher Tools is a South African hand tool manufacturing company and the largest one in Southern Africa, with an established global footprint.

Being over 90 years old –we offer a range of over 1200 tools, serving 6 industries (Mining, Forestry, Gardening, Agriculture, DIY & Construction).

Join our conversation where we will cover our history and what we have done to become the market leader in the tool manufacturing and supply industry, and how we have stuck to our commitment to quality throughout the process, and what we are doing to guarantee that commitment into the future.

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24
JUL
2020

5. Conversation with SABS on Marketing & Standards

We have a conversation with Bjorn Buyst head of marketing and communications and Patrick Qwabe.

We look at the history of how SABS began and what they have transitioned into today to ensure that we have world class standards and manufacturing and they take us into what they do to maintain these standards.

We also talk about the Lasher Builders Trestle, which is the only SABS approved trestle on the market, and look at the relationship between SABS and Lasher.
02
JUL
2020

4. Tales Behind the Tools - Zandile Nhlabathi

Meet our metal masters. In this podcast series we take you behind the scenes and into the stories of the people behind our tools.

Today we speak to Zandile Nhlabathi, she is our receptionist at our head office in Germiston, she opens up and share a bit about her story and life journey.
Lasher Tools
23
JUN
2020

3.3 Conversation with SI Hardware

We speak with Shakil one of the family owners from SI Hardware.

We take a look at how they fit in as a member of EST Africa group, and the value that they are seeking to create and offer as a local independent retailer who supports local products.
SI Hardware
23
JUN
2020

3.2 Conversation with Lasher Factory Manager

We talk with Arie du Plessis, the Lasher factory manager from Wadeville.

We take a closer, behind the scenes look at the thought, processes and work that goes into creating the range of Lasher products and making products that add value to our clients.
Lasher Tools
23
JUN
2020

3.Conversation with EST Africa

We speak with Rob Suttle, the Merchandise Director at EST Africa on the importance of supporting local manufactures.

EST (Pty) Ltd was established in 2007 as a co-operative buying group with the goal of empowering small and independent FMCG retailers. This was as a direct result of small businesses being dominated by large chain groups who ruled the market to the virtual exclusion of the smaller players. With the co-operative purchasing between the group and its members it has allowed and assisted smaller chains to operate more competitively within the market.
EST Africa
09
JUN
2020

2.Conversation with Coastal Farmers

Established in 1946 as a co-op for 23 members in the Umhlali and North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, Coastals now represents the consumer voice of more than 1,400 predominantly sugar, banana, and citrus farmers.

Today, this is also supported by an extensive retail arm on the coast of 16 stores, with access to the general public, supplying agriculture, hardware and garden needs.
Coastals

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