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Build it is a voluntary group of independent retailers specializing in building materials and related hardware. Build it is a dynamic organisation boasting a market leading growth in the hardware and building materials industry. The organisation currently has a membership of in excess of 285 stores in Southern Africa, and employs approximately 8250 people. Build it is a division of the SPAR Group Limited (www.spar.co.za) and the stores are serviced by six regional offices, a central office and a distribution centre.

Belhar Build it

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Latitude -33.9464° S 33.9464° S 33° 56' 47.04" -33° 56.784'
Longitude 18.6482° E 18.6482° E 18° 38' 53.52" 18° 38.892'
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Belhar Drive
Belhar
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 952 0341
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 952 0341

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