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New BEE rating for First African Holdings

Following an audit on all 7 elements on the Generic scorecard, First African Holdings was verified as a Level Four Contributor.

First African Holdings went from Qualifying Small Enterprise to Generic and the certificate will be valid until 29 May 2013.

FAH's Quality System Re-certified

The Quality Management System of First African Holdings has been assessed and found to satisfy the requirements of the ISO 9001:2008 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM in respect of the design, development and manufacturing of corporate signage, fibreglass mouldings and building claddings.

The certification, that was originally obtained in 2006, was renewed in 2009 and First African Holdings has now again been re-certified.

TOYOTA Showing Appreciation

Neels Snyman, Dealer Principal: Toyota Lichtenburg, recently had the following to say about AfriClad's service and their building:

"Your cladding transformed our building into something we are very proud of and made it a landmark in Lichtenburg. We were very pleased with AfriClad's service."

First African Tagline "SHOWING THE WAY®" now a Registered Trade Mark

First African Holdings is proud to announce that their tagline "SHOWING THE WAY" is now a registered trade mark and will in future be displayed as "SHOWING THE WAY®", says Wynand Van Zyl, MD of First African Holdings.

"By registering our tagline SHOWING THE WAY, First African Holdings wants the trade to know how serious we are about Showing the Way. Although "Showing the Way" fits in neatly with our signage business, we decided to interpret the payoff line in its widest possible sense.

MCB Pylon in Mauritius

The magnificent Mauritius Commercial Bank pylon was recently installed at the new MCB Ebene Building outside Port Louis in Mauritius.

The pylon measures 7m wide by 5m high, and has a rather complex shape. On top of that, the client required very small gaps between the three different sections of the sign.

 From date of order to final installation in Mauritius took 12 weeks, including 4 weeks spent on design, 6 weeks on manufacture, and 2 weeks on shipping and installation.

Successful ALPOLIC seminar in Durban

AfriClad hosted a successful ALPOLIC Seminar in Durban on the 26th of October 2011. Toshiya Matsumura and Takashi Kimura, our suppliers from Mitsubishi Plastics, were again guest speakers at the seminar.

Guest speakers Toshiya Matsumura and Takashi Kimura from Mitsubishi Plastics

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