Chevron Global Lubricants Workshop

First African Holdings (FAH) had the opportunity to manufacture signage for a Co-Branded Delo Xpress Lube Workshop.  The Workshop, located in Polokwane, is called Franco Bulk Transport Delo Xpress Lube Workshop and the main aim of the workshop is to deliver maintenance services for medium/large trucks.

Chevron Global Lubricants provides advanced products for industrial, commercial and consumer applications and is a leader in finished lubricants and the leading global producer of premium base oil.

FAH sharing Signage- and Cladding Expertise with Industry

After many enquiries on technical aspects around Signage and Cladding and requests for seminars / workshops , First African Holdings (FAH) decided to start a bi-monthly newsletter to address this need in the industry.

As one of the largest signage- and cladding manufacturers / suppliers in Africa, FAH realized that as industry leader, they have to share their knowledge and expertise.  Most products that AfriClad (the Cladding subsidiary of FAH) offers, - with exclusive distributorship for Africa - are trendsetters in the industry.

Total Zimbabwe Contractors’ Training

On Tuesday, the 31st of March 2015, the Operations Department of Total Zimbabwe, in collaboration with First African Holdings, who is the referenced supplier of Tair signage for the Southern Africa zone, conducted a training for its consultants & contractors to educate and inform them about:

1)      Tair norms. A reminder was done to ensure respect and uniformity of the Tair concept throughout the network.

Highest Quality Standards Assurance

First African Holdings (FAH) has been assessed and once again found to satisfy the SABS requirements of the ISO 9001:2008 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.

Silver Partnership at PetroForum Africa 2015

First African Holdings (FAH) was a Silver Partner at the PetroForum Africa 2015 that took place from the 2nd to the 4th of March 2015 at The Maslow Hotel, Johannesburg.

South African Institute of Architects

SAIA Workshop

First African Holdings, through its subsidiary AfriClad, now offers a countrywide workshop on the Design and specification of Aluminium Composite Cladding in today’s architecture.


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