Servest, Africa’s leading Integrated Facilities Management Company is clearly signalling their commitment to the growth of the business in Port Elizabeth and the region.
They have moved from their Port Elizabeth, Cape Road office into much bigger premises in Sidon Road, North End.
Servest plan on investing into Port Elizabeth to grow their service offering across all their divisions.
Paul Middleton, Managing Director, Servest Cleaning says “I am a resident of Port Elizabeth and am very passionate and proud of being part of the community. We have excellent committed colleagues in our office that are passionate about service delivery and we look forward to the future Port Elizabeth has to offer the local community and the potential we have to partner with businesses that operate in the Eastern Cape.”
Servest is committed to inclusive growth with a major focus on developing local suppliers. The opening of the new Servest office will provide positive benefits related to economic and employment opportunities in the region.
In a statement on the opening of the new regional office, Servest Chief Executive Officer Steve Wall banks said:
“The new facility will enable us to integrate all of Servest’s service lines in one building. This move is a key element in our drive to strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency of Servest’s operations and service delivery to our customers.”
Servest is excited to expand their operations in Port Elizabeth and the Eastern Cape; Alex Berndl, Director of Sales for Coastal Regions and recently appointed Director of the South African Facilities Management Association (SAFMA) when asked about the move to the new building commented “Servest is committed to the growth of our Port Elizabeth business and look forward to many successful years of serving our regional clients”.
Source: Port Elizabeth – MyPR.
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