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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

Sponsored

insurance companies

80 10th Rd

10th Rd

Johannesburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.12011

28.09272

28 Susan St

Iverocath Building

Susan St

Randburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.08247

27.96609

15 Dartfield Rd

Dartfield Rd

Sandton

2090

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.21531

28.03563

Nameplates

A nameplate is a metal or wooden material on which a person or product's name may be engraved on for identification purposes.

Nameplates are used in work places. They can be  badges for employees showing their names and titles. Sometimes they are used on hotel doors for numbering to avoid commotion whereby one cannot find their room.

In schools you find prefect, monitors and school club members wearing nameplates. Name tags are sewn on the uniforms or clothes belonging to the owner especially boarding school students to avoid stealing and mistaking someone else’s uniform to yours as they look the same. It also helps in reclaiming your clothing in cases of conflict when one may take another pupil's clothing. Schools sporting t-shirts also have names /logos that are printed on the back to show different sporting house members in competitions.

In departmental stores nameplates are used to identify and separate departments in the shop. For example, differentiating the fruit and vegetable area from the clothing department. Jewellery like bracelets, necklaces and rings can be engraved with the persons name to make the pice more unique.

To find more about nameplates, browse our Yellow Pages listings

Nameplates

A nameplate is a metal or wooden material on which a person or product's name may be engraved on for identification purposes.

Nameplates are used in work places. They can be  badges for employees showing their names and titles. Sometimes they are used on hotel doors for numbering to avoid commotion whereby one cannot find their room.

In schools you find prefect, monitors and school club members wearing nameplates. Name tags are sewn on the uniforms or clothes belonging to the owner especially boarding school students to avoid stealing and mistaking someone else’s uniform to yours as they look the same. It also helps in reclaiming your clothing in cases of conflict when one may take another pupil's clothing. Schools sporting t-shirts also have names /logos that are printed on the back to show different sporting house members in competitions.

In departmental stores nameplates are used to identify and separate departments in the shop. For example, differentiating the fruit and vegetable area from the clothing department. Jewellery like bracelets, necklaces and rings can be engraved with the persons name to make the pice more unique.

To find more about nameplates, browse our Yellow Pages listings

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