The AIDC highly recommend that all automotive organisations, government departments from all spheres of government, its agencies and all other stakeholders seeks participation.
The Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC) and Nissan South Africa, today hosted a government delegation from Egypt at the Automotive Supplier Park in Rosslyn. The delegation is on a fact-finding mission into the South African automotive sector.
Motherson & BACS (an incubatee company at Ford Incubation Centre) recently obtained their Ford Q1 status, making it the third company on site that has achieved this.
The East Cape Automotive Industry Forum (ECAIF) has set five-year targets for growth of the local automotive industry.
The adoption of the TAC Masterplan by the City of Tshwane necessitates the K217 road development as this is a catalyst infrastructure project for the entire TAC development.
On Tuesday, 2 July 2019 the MEC for the Gauteng Department of Economic Development, Dr. Kgosientso Ramokgopa, paid a visit to the Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC).
The AIDC supported a South African automotive company, Lumen Special Cables, at the Africa KAIZEN™ Annual Conference (AKAC), where the company won the KAIZEN™ Excellence Award.
The adoption of the TAC Masterplan and consequent public funding for infrastructure development, will create partnership opportunities for the private sector.
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.
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