Up to 1987 Meat-o-Matic and Springbok were two separate entities, thereafter the two companies amalgamated. The new found company was named Meat-o-Matic Springbok (Pty) ltd, was registered in Mafikeng in the former Bophuthatswana and operated from the factory that was situated in Garankuwa.
The company had three directors which also formed the management team.Initially the company focused on household meat processing products: the Meat-o-Matic band saw, Springbok band saw, biltong slicers as well as a 1kg
sausage maker. The target market locally and also in Namibia consisted mainly of farmers, hunters and a small amount of households.
By the end of November 1992, one of the directors decided to withdraw from the company and he decided to split his shares equally between the two remaining directors. In September 1996 one of the two remaining directors passed away and the last original director, George Nolan, purchased the deceased’s shares and became sole owner of the company. George is still the sole owner of the business.
We manufacture household and industrial meat cutting machines, mincers, biltong slicers and sausage makers.
Our products are engineered to deliver more meat than ever before while also improving product quality and improving worker productivity, they’re the perfect solution for a host of important pork, beef, poultry and fish applications.
Every employee is responsible for quality in the performance of his/her work, and will measure his/her performance against established quality objectives. The resources, tools, and training required to meet these objective have been provided, and are periodically assessed for effectiveness.