With most rural areas in the country heavily reliant on underground water for all their household needs, Pote Drilling continues to deliver the ultimate services by harnessing the potential of that critical natural resource to improve living conditions.
With Pote Drilling, water is guaranteed and there is no payment for dry holes.
Pote Drilling marketing manager Kudzai Nyika said the company was pleased that it remains the most reliable and affordable in the industry.
The company has also gained dalliance with the public due to its vast social responsibility work characterised by the donation of boreholes to schools and other amenities in such districts as Zvishavane and dry Chivi.
"As you may know, the underground underpins rural lives as it is the only reliable source of safe water for domestic use. Moreover, many rural women do gardening as one of their primary income-generating activity. This requires a good water supply system and the same applies to other ventures like piggery and poultry.
"Livestock also drink from boreholes as the changing climatic conditions are causing rivers to dry up quicker than ever before. As Pote Drilling, that is where we come in and we are proud of our untainted record. We have never failed on that; we have drilled boreholes and we continue drilling more," said Nyika.
To improve the ease of doing business between Pote Drilling and its clients, a new payment system that allows the customer to settle costs using even livestock and grain has been put in place.
"We know cash is hard to come by these days and that is why we introduced a convenient payment method for our clients. We accept various payment methods from cash to livestock. A farmer may not have cash but has grain as payment, we accept that," said Nyika.business