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2 C Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2 Argo Road, Hillstar Estate, Wetton, Cape Town, South Africa image
ABES Technoseal 3 Wankel Street, Jet Park, Boksburg, 1459, South Africa image
ACA Group (Pty) Ltd. P.O. Box 100, 7560 Brackenfell, Cape Town, South Africa image
Adient - Pretoria Silverton 79 Waltloo Road Samcor Park Pretoria, 184 South Africa image
Adient - Sandton 37 Thora Crescent P.O. Box 75 Sandton, Wynberg 2090, South Africa image
Adient - Uitenhage Charles Goodyear Street, Uitenhage 6229, South Africa image
ADVICS South Africa (Pty) Ltd. 15 Beechgate Crescent, Southgate Business Park, Moss Kolnik Drive, Umbogintwini, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 4126 image
Aeroklas Duys (Pty) Ltd. South Africa image
ALC South Africa Automotive Supplier Park, No. 30 Helium Street, Rosslyn Ext. 2, Gauteng 0200, South Africa image
Alfred Teves Brake Systems (Pty) Ltd. Cnr. Kent & All Black Rds, Boksburg North, 1460 South Africa image
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Apr 10, 2019

On April 10, Nissan announced a ZAR 3 billion investment in its facility in Rosslyn, Pretoria to prepare the plant for production of the next generation Nissan Navara pickup.
The move expands the role of the plant as a Light Commercial Vehicle manufacturing hub for Nissan. The Navara will join the popular NP200 and NP300 models, which are already built at Rosslyn and sold in the domestic market, as well as up to 45 pan-African countries.
Production is expected to start in 2020 and will create around 1,200 new jobs directly at the facility as well as across the local supply chain. Depending on market conditions, it is anticipated Navara's arrival will add 30,000 units to Rosslyn's current annual production volume of 35,000, creating the need for a new, second shift at the plant.

Nissan Press Release

Apr 09, 2019

On April 2, Ford informed that Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) is expanding its vehicle export operations by adopting a multi-port strategy with the first shipment of 1,000 locally assembled Ford Rangers from Port Elizabeth to markets in Europe.
Currently, all of Ford's incoming and outbound vehicles are processed through Durban Harbour's Roll On Roll Off (RORO) terminal.
Ford has broadened its outbound logistics portfolio to support the multi-port strategy for Port Elizabeth, and will be shipping vehicles twice per month to various receiving ports in Europe.
The Ford Rangers, which are produced at Ford's Silverton Assembly Plant in Pretoria, are being transported to Port Elizabeth using Transnet Freight Rail infrastructure. Traditionally, Port Elizabeth-based vehicle manufacturers transport units to Gauteng by rail, and these rail assets return empty. Ford will now be using the return leg to move export vehicles from Silverton to Port Elizabeth for shipping to selected markets around the world.

Ford Press Release

Feb 18, 2019

On February 14, Isuzu Motors South Africa officially launched its consolidated truck and bakkie manufacturing plant.
The ZAR 27 million project of relocating the Isuzu truck production facilities from Kempston Road in Port Elizabeth to Isuzu Motors South Africa's headquarters in Struandale, Port Elizabeth, ensures all bakkie and truck manufacturing now takes place under one roof. The relocation follows the official merging of Isuzu's truck and bakkie business in February last year with the establishment of one company, Isuzu Motors South Africa.
By positively promoting a single company culture, the new modern site will allow for shared production learning.

Isuzu Motors South Africa Press Release