Now that the dust has settled over the World Cup and the excitement is over for another four years, Vitax Supaturf will continue to support and supply their enthusiastic customers in South Africa.
Working through their distributors, Supaturf South Africa, Vitax Supaturf supplied the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, host to the quarter finals and the final for 3rd place, the Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria and the Free State stadium at Bloemfontein with both TXE line marking machines and their top-of-the range concentrated line marking paint, SupaStadia Eco.
Russel Gibbens, head of Supaturf South Africa says that in addition Supaturf equipment was used in eleven of the World Cup practise venues, and with the South African rugby season in full swing both he and his colleagues are working at full stretch to fulfil customer demand from both the larger, prestigious stadiums and the smaller venues.
"Our aim is to provide a superior standard of service be it from the smallest school to the largest stadium," he said. "For us the World Cup has been the start of a close and enduring relationship with South African groundsmen and that relationship will continue with or without the media spotlight."