Frank Jackson, Business Development Officer, EWT,

KLB Engineering (Red Rhino) is a family-run business and has been the distributor of Red Rhino products in the South African market since 1980, dedicated to achieving excellence in their service, products. and community involvement. Aside from Red Rhino, KLB’s product range includes brands such as Power Plus, Dual Power, Kreator, Pro-Pumps, Waterfall Pumps, Oleo-Mac, and Waterfall Filtration, and includes power tools, garden tools and equipment, pumps, and water filtration systems.

KLB has been a monthly donor to the EWT for over four years, contributing over R100,000 to-date. Many of the EWT’s conservation achievements have been made possible by generous contributions from regular and steadfast donors such as KLB Engineering. Claudia Kahn, from KLB’s Marketing Department had the following to say about the relationship they have with the EWT: “We believe that wildlife conservation is not only about protecting the wildlife we have now, but also preserving it for future generations to enjoy. By aiding this cause, we hope to bring excellence to the lives of South African wildlife, as well as the spectators that benefit from it. All life is precious and valuable, and deserving of a fighting chance at being conserved. It is to this end that we are proud to call ourselves donors to the Endangered Wildlife Trust.”

The EWT will forever be indebted to KLB for their ongoing support, even during the tough times of Covid-19 Pandemic. We urge our supporters to browse their product range, knowing that your purchase is also supporting the work of the Endangered Wildlife Trust.

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