Who is Marley Roofing?
Marley – Years ahead in roofing!
Four decades of leadership through innovation and customer service…
With four modern manufacturing plants, dynamic management, and leading concrete roof tile profiles and roof tile ranges in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape, Marley Roofing has established a unique reputation for quality and service which extends well beyond the borders of South Africa.
Marley Roofing has earned its place in the roofing market as a leading supplier of high quality, affordable roofing that is in line with worldwide energy-saving products, backed by quality management systems and excellent service delivery. Our concrete tile ranges are defined by their ability to stand the test of time through extreme durability, low maintenance requirements and recyclable composition which give them a significant sustainable advantage over other roof structures.
Marley Roofing is the only concrete roof tile manufacturer in South Africa to have been awarded the coveted CMA National Trophy in the biennial Awards for Excellence competition seven consecutive times.
Marley SA (Pty) Ltd, trading as Marley Roofing, forms part of the Etex group which operates in the building materials sector in 44 countries worldwide, employing more than 16 000 people. The company continuously improves its products as it benefits from ongoing research and development (R&D), and resources within the Etex group.
In addition, Marley adheres to the strict Etex Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety targets and reporting standards. We also benchmark our performance against other Etex group companies, and strive for continual improvement and world-class standards.
To be the preferred supplier of quality roof tiles that aim to ‘dynamically preserve the future’ and uphold the principles of sustainable development to benefit Marley, its employees, the community as well as the environment.
To provide quality roof tiles coupled with an inherent commitment to the environment and excellent service to the key market sectors in Greater Africa