Our steel processing services include straight line cutting, profiling, bevelling, plate rolling, guillotining and steel cut-to-size.
Our Cash and Carry outlets throughout the country stock a range of pumps, generators, wire, valves, irrigation, fencing, and industrial hardware.
A comprehensive range of irrigation equipment, pipes, fittings, sprinklers, valves and accessories.
We provide design services and technical support.
Suppliers of steel flat bar, angle, channel, open sections, round and square bar, joists, sheet and plate, expanded metal and grid. Round, square and rectangular structural tube.
Suppliers of pipe conveyance, seamless, copper and pipe fittings incorporating malleable, wrought steel, buttweld fittings, copper and pipe fitting fabrication.
Stewarts & Lloyds supply a wide variety of steam, water, oil and gas valves in carbon steel, cast iron, brass, bronze, stainless steel and plastic.
A wide range of surface pumps and borehole pumps are available as well as windmills.
British owned company Lloyd & Lloyd opens two branches in South Africa, one in Cape Town and the other in Kimberley. A & J Stewart & Menzies in Britain have a presence in South Africa being represented by Brown & McKenzie.
Seeing the need to consolidate their South African interests, the companies amalgamate to form Stewarts & Lloyds ( South Africa) Limited and expand their branch network to include Bloemfontein, Durban, Port Elizabeth, East London and Johannesburg.
This advertisement was in 'The Friend', 26th January 1903.
Stewarts & Lloyds re - constructed into a South African company with a share capital of 755 000 Pounds with the head office and works situated in Vereeniging.
During the war years the company made shells at the Vereeniging works to support the war effort with many woman employed to fill the gaps left by men answering the call for military service.
Stewarts & Lloyds supply a wide range of products to the gold fields in Welkom and Odendaalsrus, as well as to the coal mines, diamond mines and farming industries. Vereeniging works is renamed Tosa and subsidiary companies such as Salister, Salweir, Salvalve, Salmac, Salchain, Salcast are formed. Stewarts & Lloyds Trading is set up to be the trading arm of most of the Stewarts & Lloyds manufacturing companies.
Dorbyl acquires the Stewarts & Lloyds group of companies some of which are sold off and the rest placed under the Dorbyl light and general banner. Stewarts & Lloyds trading remains a separate company in the Dorbyl stable.