Superior Steel Fabrication in Zambia

Steel Fabrication Zambia - Nshimbi Steel

Nshimbi Steel Zambia is proud to provide superior steel fabrication services to the Zambian  public since 2013.  The quality of our workmanship combined with our strict adherence to project timelines have allowed us to increase our marketshare in the steel fabrication industry.  The following three features separate us from our peers and have allowed Nshimbi to consistently exceed the expectations of our clients.

  1. Equipment
    The equipment needed to ensure high quality finish as well as work on multiple steel fabrication projects with tight timelines requires major investment.  Nshimbi steel is proud to carry a very wide selection of steel fabrication equipment ranging from welding machines (single phase welders to heavy duty welders), profile cutters, profile grinders, magnetic drills, spray paint compressors and various jigs needed to ensure high precision and quality.  To ensure the high quality of our welds we regularly use die penetrant.
  2. International Team
    Our team comprises of experienced professionals with a healthy balance of local and international talent.  Some of our international fabrication team members have worked on very large projects in the Gulf, India and other pan-African countries.  They provide valuable guidance to our local steel fabricators on best practices.  Furthermore, we have professional fabricators with experience fabricating for different types of structures ranging from warehouses, multi-story buildings, milling plants, bottling facilities, shopping malls and commercial office space.
  3. Management team focused on meeting project timelines
    The Nshimbi management team consists of civil engineers and mechanical engineers together with experienced administration staff.  The team understands the importance of adhering to project timelines and conducts rigorous planning with close attention to various stress scenarios so that our client projects do not get delayed.  We are acutely aware of the high costs of project delays which can run into millions of Kwacha if this aspect of project delivery is not carefully monitored.


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