Sales for water filtration systems rise as service delivery worsens
About 55% of sales for water filtration systems in the market are taking place in urban areas as compared to 45% in rural areas. This is according to Sebasti Badenhorst, the executive responsible for sales, marketing and distribution at Jojo. This is a clear indicator that water quality in urban areas is becoming poorer as municipalities struggle to service growing populations.
25 Sep 2022 10AM
Business · Daily News
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