About Pg Paltex

 

                          

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Our Vision

 

To be the foremost screen printer in the industry, with a passion for customer satisfaction, with a drive for quality  and a reputation for reliability.

 

 

Our Values

 

Honesty and Integrity in everything we do.

Trust and Respect.

 

 

History

Paltex Silkscreen Printers was established in Newton, Johannesburg in 1981 by the late Dereck Chetty.  His vision was to create a company, with a reputation for reliability  and a drive for quality and customer service.

 

The company has grown through the years to become a leader in the industry.  Competitively priced, the highest quality standards and superior customer service are winning prepositions with our customers to ensure that we remain the preferred  “PAL in TEXtile” printing.

 

 

Today

Today, PG Paltex is still a family business with its very  same values and standards intact.  A print partner who is able to provide a combination of up to date technology, in house graphics, practical solutions and the willingness to go the extra mile.

 

 

Social Responsibility

At P.G Paltex Screen Printers we believe children are our future. In order to realize this dream the company has sponsored Non Profit Organizations such as Chubby Chums Children’s home and a feeding scheme at the Nkosi Johnson Children’s haven.  

We have done a kiddies Christmas party at the Aryan benevolent home for homeless children. In our latest educational project we undertook an educational tour for children in conjunction with the Red Cross and the Hector Pieterson museum in Soweto.

The aim of joint venture was to promote the importance of education in children’s lives.

Every year, we strive to continuously do projects for children and the hope that this  small token will play a bigger part in bettering the lives of our children.

 

 

 

Mr. Dereck Chetty

 

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DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN'S PROJECT

Collaboration between the south African red cross and Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum (25th August 2007)
 

This was a collaborative project between the South African Red Cross the Hector Pieterson memorial  and museum and was initiated as part of our disadvantaged children’s outreach programme at the museum.  It was  proposed by Mr. Deon Chetty, a relative, and proprietor of  PG Paltex Silkscreen Printers cc, with the aim of providing disadvantaged and abused children from the South African  Red Cross with an educational outing at the Hector Pieterson Memorial and Musuem.

Each year these kids are sponsored by Mr. Deon  Chetty and are taken to different places of educational value and this year the chosen venue was the Hector Pieterson Memorial and Musuem, which would plan an interactive and exciting programme for the event.  Negotiation and planning began in earnest and  the programme was finalized with  Saturday, the 25th August 2007 chosen as the date.  The event was a thourogh success and enjoyed by all participants.  It proved to be very informative in relation to the day’s programme and it was very emotional as it was the first  time that these kids had visited the museum.  They were very grateful for us hosting  them and have pledged to return in the near future.

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Some of the Kids during the  educational tours
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