Welcome to Global Specialised Systems...
Acknowledging the need for fast tracking building and thermal insulation solutions, and importantly energy conservation in South Africa, Global Specialised Systems, as an owner-managed distribution business, is constantly challenged to meet all these requirements as effectively and professionally as possible. Our strategic alliances with supply collaborates made us an effective role player in our respective markets for the last 24 years.
Key to the customers and eventually our success is the on-going research and development of the latest range of products and services available. As members of TIASA (Thermal Insulation Association of Southern Africa) and SASFA (South African Steel Frame Association) it gives us access to forums essential for keeping our customers abreast of the latest local developments of which the new energy efficient standards for buildings are the most relevant.
It is our business to tailor our customer’s requirements associated with “specialised or systems construction” and provide a one-stop-shop environment from floors, to walls, to roofs.
Global Specialised Systems (formly Insulation Converters & Distributors) was founded in 1988 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. The Company primarily distributed and marketed a range of fiberglass and rock wool products for thermal, fire and acoustic applications. Products such as “Think Pink” Aerolite are world-class in its ability to provide an efficient domestic environment...
Global says farewell to Bethuel
Updated: 2012-12-20 13:11:34
Global Specialised Systems said farewell to Bethuel Dlamini who retired on 14 December 2012 after almost 16 years of dedicated and loyal service.
Acoustic Wall - His Church School, Pinetown
Updated: 2012-03-05 14:19:02
Another specialist solution from Global Specialised Systems (KZN) is our acoustic wall and ceiling insulation solutions offered to professionals and alike. At His Church School in Pinetown, Durban our acoustic wall and ceiling insulation system successfully corrected the acoustical problem the classroom experienced.