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G Fox

G. Fox is South Africa’s premier supplier of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Cleaning Chemicals, Paper Products, and Industrial Consumable Supplies. We distribute our products throughout South Africa, with our branch network of 12 branches, in and around the country.

As a proud member of the Bidvest Group, G. Fox, has become a trusted supplier to over 12 000 South African companies. Since its founding 50_years_ago, G. Fox has built a reputation as the first point of call for any business, or individual looking for a reliable and quality supplier for their industrial consumable requirements.

All the G. Fox branches, carry a significant amount of stock, ensuring that we are able to fulfill any requirement, no matter how large, on time and completely. G. Fox has always sourced on the best quality and value for money products, from South Africa and globally, and it is this quality that customers have come to recognize and rely on.

All workwear sold by G. Fox is manufactured in our “state_of_the_art_facility” in Swaziland. This factory is company owned, and dedicated to manufacturing to the G. Fox specification and standards. All garments are manufactured from the finest quality fabrics, sourced exclusively for our factory, and are finished to the highest standards in the industry.



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