Greetings Members & Friends

The beautiful Drakenstein Valley is beckoning us this month!

The pleasure of your company is requested at the iconic home of KWV, La Concorde, that hidden gem nestled amongst the oaks, in South Africa’s longest Main Street.

We are privileged that Boyce Lloyd, the CEO, will address the Club on the critical success factors needed to grow your FMCG business into the Export market

This is an event that will take your breath away, so do join us!

Sincerely

Terry Gale

Chairman
Exporters Club Western Cape

Exporters Club Western Cape - Cargo Ship
 

Wednesday 19th July 2017   visit our events page

To Build and to Buy
With Boyce Lloyd - CEO of KWV
Boyce Lloyd, the CEO of KWV, will address the Club on the critical success factors needed to grow your FMCG business into the Export market

Date:   Wednesday 19th July 2017
Time:   17h30 for 18h00
Venue:   KWV SENSORIUM,
La Concorde,
57 Main Road, Paarl
RSVP:   Monday 17th July 2017

For more information please see the Events section
Events

Exporters Club Western Cape - Cargo Ship

3rd Annual Port Consultative Committee Port User
Port Performance Consultation
28 June - 11 July 2017

We herewith invite all Port Users across the SA Ports system to a consultation session for your Port on the respective dates indicated below.

Consultation areas:
  • I. The Port Development Framework Plan per port,
  • II. The Port Capital Programme reflecting 2017/2018 and the following seven years, and
  • III. The Port Operations Performance Standards, measures & financial period.
This session seeks to share the latest update and obtain your comments accordingly. It should be noted that this consultation allows for all port users of the respective ports to further comment on Port plans, prior to the TNPA tabling these at the respective PCCs. All documentation will be circulated by 20th June 2017 at which time the Authority will make same available.

Kindly submit all questions and comments by Monday 26th June 2017. The intention is to be proactive with questions / comments and responses thereto. A summary of all comments will formally be submitted to the TNPA requesting feedback to be submitted to the first sitting of each PCC commencing July 2017.

The Ports Regulator of South Africa will be an observer to the process.

Your attendance and participation at this session is very important.

2017/18 Roadshow Schedule:
Date Port Venue RSVP by
09:00 Wednesday, 28 June 2017 Mossel Bay To be confirmed 21 June 2017
09:00 Thursday, 29 June 2017 Saldanha Siyabonga Hall 22 June 2017
08:30 Friday, 30 June 2017 Cape Town To be confirmed 23 June 2017
09:00 Monday, 03 July 2017 Richards Bay Elwazeni Hall 26 June 2017
09:00 Wednesday, 05 July 2017 Durban To be confirmed 28 June 2017
09:00 Friday, 07 July 2017 East London To be confirmed 29 June 2017
09:00 Monday, 10 July 2017 Ngqura To be confirmed 30 June 2017
09:00 Tuesday,11 July 2017 Port Elizabeth To be confirmed 30 June 2017

Kindly submit names and number of attendees for your Port as per the RSVP date above to the contact details below:
Email: fkhamissa@samsa.org.za. For all telephone queries, calls and text messages, kindly contact: 021 938 3335 / 074 588 9782 / 071 602 0422.
Please forward this invitation to Port users where possible. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you there!
***Ports Consultative Committee (PCC)***




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‘Exporters Club works with the Cape Chamber at the monthly Port Liaison Forum meetings"

Exporters' club attracts growing membership
  by Liezl Venter

Terry Gale has been re-elected as the chairman of the Exporters Club Western Cape.
Also re-elected at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in October was the executive committee of the club.
"We have grown membership exponentially in 2013 and it continues to be a target for 2014," said Gale. "At the same time the club is also in a very sound financial position and we are very happy with what was achieved during the past year. With the team ready to go we have great expectations for 2014."
The ECWC hosts monthly information sessions for its members and is involved in several business and government initiatives.
"It really is about being pro-active and engaging with the various role-players in an effort to create a positive environment for exporters," said Gale. "In this regard we have worked very hard towards establishing relationships with Transnet and the port for example."
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