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Reef Fuel Injection Services has been granted Essential Service status ensuring critical industries can rely on the company should they experience diesel fuel injection system issues during lockdown. 

During this time, Reef Fuel Injection Services can assist with all mandatory maintenance as well as unscheduled breakdown requirements for customers operating in the distribution and transportation, mining, power generation and agricultural sectors.

Significantly, Reef Fuel Injection Services is an authorised service agent for all leading manufacturers of diesel fuel injection systems including Bosch, Delphi, Denso and Stanadyne, and as such offers OEM approved and warranted testing as well as quality remanufacture and calibration of all these systems. 

An important advantage for many CAT equipment operators is that Reef Fuel Injection Services operates a fully-fledged field service team that can conduct comprehensive diagnostic testing and remanufacture and calibrations services while on a customer’s site. 

Andrew Yorke, operations director at Reef Fuel Injection Services, says customers have come to rely on the quality workmanship and service rendered by the company as well as the knowledge that only genuine parts are used. “This is critical not only for the longstanding reputation of our facility but also provides customers with the assurance of the longevity of the repair itself.”

“In these uncertain times, it is important that our customer base and, for that matter, anyone else needing assistance knows that our team is available to assist them in continuing to render their critical services to the country.”  

Stringent health and safety procedures, in line with the regulations, were put in place at Reef Fuel Injection Services prior to lockdown for both employees as well as customers visiting the facility. 

“Obviously we cannot stress enough the importance of placing the health and safety of our team top-of-mind, so we remind customers to visit our website and adhere to protocols that we have put in place for their safety and ours,” Yorke concludes.