Wolfi' Maralik and Mike Grandcourt founded MGMW in April 2010 to service the consumable metallics market, particularly barrels and screws, for the plastics, rubber and composite sectors. The company offers repairs, spares, servicing and new equipment.
Relloy was established in 1985 by Christian Grafl to provide a professional and comprehensive service to the plastics conversion industry in South Africa. From its modest beginning, Relloy SA has grown from strength to strength. While Relloy's core business remains the manufacture and refurbishment of wearing parts for plastics conversion machinery and technical assistance, it has diversified to offer a fully comprehensive range of plant, machinery and associated equipment for the reduction and recycling of plastic waste as well as traditional extrusion machinery. Centrally situated in self-owned premises in Sebenza, Edenvale, Relloy is fully equipped to manufacture barrels and screws from as small as up 20mm diameter up to 220mm diameter and 7000mm in length. Relloy's NC Screw Cutting Machine is the only one of its kind in Southern Africa placing Relloy in the unique position of being able to quickly and accurately cut the most complex design screws.