to the medical industry
to the medical industry
related accessories to client specifications
engineering consulting services
The BT Industrial Group is a multi-award-winning, 100% black-owned, and managed manufacturing
solutions business built from the ground up.
We manufacture and supply on a global scale – plastic pipes for water infrastructure, optical fiber as well as
polymer based medical fabrics and components for clinical environments.
The BT Industrial Group is licenced in terms of section 22C(1)(b) of the Medicines and Related Substances Act,
1965 to act as a Manufacturer, Distributor and Exporter by the SOUTH AFRICAN HEALTH PRODUCTS REGULATORY AUTHORITY.
To become the leading industrial solutions and medical devices provider on the continent – we will achieve this by first building the most efficient and largest manufacturing capacity in our chosen markets.
We believe in leadership through innovation in Science and Engineering, make use of various unique technologies and collaborate with top institutions such as the University of Pretoria’s School of Engineering and the CSIR.
- ISO9001 and ISO13485 quality management systems
- An army of highly experienced professionals in Science and Engineering
- Focus on R&D and IP development supported by two fully equipped laboratories
- Fully computerized production environment
- HDPE pipe manufacturing
- Electrostatic melt blown medical fabrics
- Standard melt blown fabrics
- Manufacturing of face masks for clinical environments
- Manufacturing of other bespoke medical devices
- Supply and testing of high quality hypodermic syringes and needles
- Research & Development
- Continuous improvement
- New product development
- New manufacturing methods
“We have two fully equipped onsite laboratories staffed by 11 Engineers and Scientists.
Their task is to ensure unmatched production quality, continuous improvement, research, and new product development”
SOME OF OUR STATISTICS
Africa's fastest small-bore extrusion line
of pipe extruded
HDPE resin processing capability
Since the advent of the global coronavirus pandemic, there has been unprecedented disruption and continued global economic decline where businesses remain under pressure to maintain economic activity and participation. The international response to the pandemic has been to close borders and impose internal lockdown restrictions, which has harmed trade and other factors. South Africa took the same approach to curb the spread of COVID-19 with imposed lockdown restrictions and enhanced containment measures ever since the pandemic entered our shores.
The arrival of the novel coronavirus saw many businesses step-up and repurpose their strategies out of the necessity to either curb supply shortages of medical protective equipment or to curb the country’s reliance on poorly manufactured and unregulated protective products.
In response to the pandemic, the BT Industrial Group, a multi-award-winning, 100% black-owned and managed manufacturing solutions business, augmented its plastics-processing capacity to include polymer-based medical fabrics and components which emanated in the creation of BT Medical Devices.
Seven majority black-owned small businesses have been selected as winners of the CEO Circle Entrepreneurs Award for being deemed high-potential enterprises “with the ability to grow into a significant company of R500m-plus in value.
Lesedi FM features BT Industrial Group’s Managing Director, Kgomotso Lekola, in discussing BT Industrial Group’s growth and expansion into the medical field during the time of COVID-19.
PowerFM features BT Industrial Group’s Managing Director, Kgomotso Lekola, discussing how BT Industrial Group was selected as one of the winners of the CEO Circle Entrepreneurs Award for being deemed a high-potential enterprise “with the ability to grow into a significant company of R500m-plus in value”.
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BT Industrial is a multi-award-winning, 100% black-owned, and managed manufacturing solutions business built from the ground up.
We manufacture and supply on a global scale – plastic pipes for water infrastructure, optical fiber as well as polymer-based medical fabrics and components for clinical environments.