Vanderbijlpark Office

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Our Vision

Our vision is to use our experience, coupled with creative and innovative solutions, to become the largest integrated Property Service Company in Southern Africa.

Our Mission

Our mission is to excel in our core business and exceed our customers’ expectations by committing to shared corporate values and achieving the highest levels of customer satisfaction, with a strong emphasis on the creation of value. In this way we will ensure that our profit, quality and growth goals are met.

Our Values

As an organisation, we take great pride in our contribution to the prosperity of our beautiful country - South Africa. We believe in free enterprise and regard profit as a measure of long- term success. We insist on the highest ethical standards and conduct our business with due regard to the communities and environment in which we operate.

Area Profile

An industrial city south of Johannesburg, Vanderbijlpark forms Gauteng’s border along the northern banks of the Vaal River and is home to the largest steelworks in the southern hemisphere.

Whilst several of the towns in the Vaal triangle, which include Vereeniging, Meyerton and Sasolburg, emerged as a direct result of the discovery of gold in the region, Vanderbijlpark was established as a city for ISCOR’s employees - the major steel works in the city, which began operating in 1947. Vanderbijlpark Steel, formerly part of Mittal Steel (ISCOR) is today the largest heavy engineering works south of the equator.

It is no surprise to learn that the Vaal River forms a fundamental recreational role in the lives of Vanderbijlpark’s residents and that rowing regattas, boat cruises and water sports are a regular pastime. The Vaal Show, which usually takes place towards the end of September of every year, is one of the largest shows in the country. The agricultural section, which showcases horses, cattle, pigeons and poultry is large, to say the least, there is also a sizeable commercial section where clothing, jewellery, furniture, household goods, paintings, boats and other exciting exhibits draw thousands of visitors; it’s a popular event, in other words.

The half a million or so trees planted in Vanderbijlpark contribute greatly to the growing number of wonderful gardens and recreational areas the city boasts and the area is sought after as a weekend getaway, particularly as the access from Johannesburg is so easy.

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Office Details

Call Branch016 423 5282

9 Bashee Street, Three Rivers

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