A little history
Africa, especially the southern developing countries, is modernizing and finding its feet within the global community.
Central to this is how well businesses and institutions in developed nations appreciate the real needs of African governments when supplying goods and services.
Moore Equipment Sales (MES), New Jersey, USA, has built up trusted, mutually-beneficial commercial partnerships within the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) through working with government procurement departments and representatives so they can invest in durable quality and value for money.
Moore Equipment Sales, which was founded in 2008, assists SADC government representatives by sourcing and supplying high-quality products and services cost-effectively to enable key countries, including Zimbabwe, Malawi and Namibia, to develop their military efficiency and is now doing the same with satellite telecommunications.
Quality sourcing is our top priority
By sourcing branded goods from manufacturers in Dubai, Honduras, Mexico and the United States, which have fast and efficient logistic and supply chain management to help MES meet tight lead times, MES ensures that its goods exported from North American, Europe and the Middle East are top quality and achieve the same high standards as required for imports to the US.
Military clothing, sourced and distributed through MES to the SADC regions, includes field combat uniforms, combat boots, berets, M65 jackets, sleeping bags, tents, T-shirts, physical training uniforms (PT), protective gear and backpacks mainly used by soldiers operating as part of the United Nations peace-keeping forces.
The advice MES has given to SADC buyers has generated wider benefits and helped to create a commercial understanding based on commitment and trust as MES constantly refines and adapts it approach to meet local needs and invest in the region.