NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2016

 
 
 
 
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Pickfords recognised as FIDI FAIMPLUS Top Performer

 
   
 

Accredited since 2000, Allied Pickfords Cape Town has successfully renewed its FIDI-FAIM accreditation earlier this year. The on-site audit, which took place on 23 February 2016, examined files, procedures, customer care and operational efficiency, and Pickfords Cape Town received full onsite compliance on the day.

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Pickfords commits to Save-A-Pet

 
   
 

From left to right: Anke Eke (Sales Executive), Chantel van der Walt (Import / Export Controller), Mari Woest (Sales Executive), Anthony du Plessis (Branch Manager), Ciano Rose-Innes (Operations Manager), Jana Muller (Sales Executive), and Francois Koen (Warehouse Supervisor).

Pickfords Port Elizabeth has participated in this year’s Christmas Pledge initiative, contributing towards the Save-a-Pet animal centre. Save-a-Pet is the only ‘no kill’ shelter in Port Elizabeth as it rescues, rehabilitates, reunites and re-homes abandoned, abused, lost and stray animals.

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Pickfords backs Amashova Cycle race

 
 
 
 
It was all hands on deck for Team Pickfords at this year’s Amashova race.

Pickfords Durban was again proud to support this year’s Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic cycle race. The oldest classic cycle race in the country, the Amashova is also a high profile event on the KwaZulu Natal sporting calendar with many local celebrities participating in the event.

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Pickfords contributes towards a ‘Better SA’

 
   
 

Pickfords Johannesburg has donated beds to the Better SA foundation.

Pickfords Johannesburg has continued to support Better SA, a Johannesburg-based NGO that works with community centres, old age and children homes across the country.

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Pickfords volunteers and donates to Mother of Peace

 
   
 

The Pickfords Durban team has recently volunteered at the Mother of Peace.

The Pickfords Durban team has recently volunteered at the Mother of Peace’s Organic Garden and Food Forest in Illovo, Kwazulu Natal. The Mother of Peace, a non-profit organisation that cares for children who have been abandoned, orphaned or abused, has based the garden on the principles of permaculture.

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