We are pleased the announce the now Toyota Tsusho Africa is a BBBEE Level 4 contributor.
We would like to thank all that supported on this initiative.
CHSA, TTAF, AMS wishes a very Happy New Year 2019.
We would like to inform company structure changes at Toyota Tsusho Africa (Pty) Ltd effective 01 October 2018.
To align our business to the overall Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Africa Division strategy – with Africa, for Africa, TTAF will be changing our overall Company Structure to achieve the following objectives;
- Effective allocation of resources to new growth opportunities
- Accelerated operational speed & Agile & flexible decision making
- Unified direction and service delivery in line with our value chain
In the past we were one legal entity “Toyota Tsusho Africa (Pty) Ltd”, we will now have three different legal entities.
CFAO Holdings South Africa is existing company, name changed from Toyota Tsusho Africa (Pty) Ltd, and ‘new’ Toyota Tsusho Africa and Africa Mobility Solution are new legal entities.
Our office location, and phone number will remain the same,
E-mail address you can use same as before and any change will be notified individually at the time of change.
As such, the new structure targeted start date will be the 1st of October 2018. Our new structure will be as follows;
Toyota Tsusho Africa (TTAF) believes in being a Good Corporate Citizen, especially within the communities in which we work, we believe in uplifting and contributing where we can. In line with that we donated lockers previously used by TTAF staff to the Palm Tree care Centre, a children’s home in Amanzimtoti and Mkhumbi High school in KwaMakhutha, both areas are in close proximity to our business.
The lockers were warmly accepted and are to be used by both the learners and teachers at Mkhumbi High school. The Children of Palm Tree care centre couldn’t wait to use the lockers to store their personal items.
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