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GlasFit - Ermelo



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We have a network of over 130 easily accessible fitment centres. These are conveniently located throughout Southern Africa, each offering well trained technicians who are highly skilled in the business of repairing and replacing motor, residential and commercial glass and other glass related products.

GlasFit - Ermelo

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Latitude -26.5225° S 26.5225° S 26° 31' 21" -26° 31.35'
Longitude 29.9812° E 29.9812° E 29° 58' 52.32" 29° 58.872'
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2 Joubert Street
Ermelo
Mpumalanga
South Africa
Phone No.
017 819 2312
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 17 819 2312

Fax No.
017 819 5261
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 17 819 5261

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