Specialist in:

Cylinder heads, Rebore/Crankshaft Light general engineering.
The beginnings

Early in the 1990's Steven and Jay Naidoo started Marburg Motor Engineering in Servus Road, Marburg. The business began to grow and establish a clientele base that was to have set it on path of growth prosperity. However, Steven passed away tragically and the business closed for almost a year. Ricky Subramoney and Vedashan Chetty (Mannes) restarted the business. Shortly thereafter Vedashan took full ownership. The business began to prosper under Vedashan's leadership. During this time Yugan Chetty, Vedashan's brother, was called in to help on weekends and in his spare time. Yugan, a qualified mechanic, was then a mechanic for Chrysler/Jeep where he worked for seven years. Once again, the business was struck by tragedy when Vedashan passed away in a vehicle accident in September 2009. Yugan made a decision to leave his job and continue with the business so that legacy and vision of his brother would continue. He also found himself in a position where he wanted to honour the business commitments as the company had much work in progress. With his hands-on experience and qualifications to support him, Yugan has been able to grow the business and gain the respect of his many clients. 
Serving Clients

Situated very conveniently in Marburg, the business serves the motor repair trade. His clients come from all around Port Shepstone and from as far as the Eastern Cape. Marburg Motor Engineering does reboring , cylinder head reconditioning, resleeving,  crankshaft polishing and grinding, con rods & pistons, and much more. Shelves are also stocked with engine parts that are immediately available. Marburg Motor Engineering guarantees their workmanship. Yugan’s philosophy of great customer relationships together with quick turn-around times and excellent workmanship has earned the business respect from a base of loyal clients. Excellent prices, of course, is another one of the primary reasons why more and more motor repair specialists are turning to Marburg Motor Engineering. Having established his work principle and ethics on his Christian faith, Yugan is quick to point out that the success of the business is due to the grace of God.

Back Back to top