The Automotive Supplier Park in Gauteng offers an excellent manufacturing base, with access to logistics corridors and links to extensive distribution networks for efficient export and import of goods.
Gauteng government’s automotive sector incubation programme in collaboration with Nissan South Africa, enhances the country’s business case to produce the new generation Navara locally.
The Trade Test Centre in the Rosslyn hub services the automotive industry as a whole and forms part of the full value chain of training, testing and certification for trades.
Appointment of Mr. Lance Schultz as Chief Executive Officer of Automotive Industry Development Centre...
Mr. Schultz joins the AIDC after a near four-year tenure as CEO of the Centurion Aerospace Village. Being no stranger to the industry, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the AIDC.
The 4-Star graded Conference Centre caters for small meetings to large conferences (10 - 230 delegates) and offers a range of conference packages, which include catering, facilities and equipment.
Component manufacturers, suppliers and service providers to OEMs derive significant benefits from setting up operations in the Automotive Supplier Park.
Rosslyn Hub, a R3-billion, mixed use development that will enable Tshwane to become the automotive capital of Africa, was launched at the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo on Wednesday, 16 May 2018 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg.
The Automotive Supplier Park (ASP) is managed by the Facilities Department at the AIDC. The ASP is based in Rosslyn and spans an area...