Servest Wins 4 Diamond PMR.africa Awards
Johannesburg, Gauteng, 05 October 2017:- Servest announced great wins in the 2017 Business Excellence PMR.africa awards. Every year, PMR.africa hosts its prestigious awards at which it recognises excellence and leadership in various business fields. The awards are a culmination of an annual independent review of companies and institutions in various business sectors, based on research conducted in a national survey.
We’re extremely proud to announce that, Servest was honoured to take home four coveted PMR.africa Diamond Arrow (first place) awards for industry excellence in the Commercial , Entertainment, Industrial and Education Cleaning Categories and a Golden Arrow in the Hospitality Cleaning category at the 2017 Business Excellence Awards . Winning 5 awards confirms our excellence and leadership in this field.
Dees Maharaj, Servest National Sales and Marketing Director commented “A heartfelt congratulations goes out to our Cleaning team for this outstanding success. Achievements like this would not be possible without the continued commitment and dedication of our colleagues. Our employees are the gateway to our customers. It is important that our colleagues understand the value they contribute through their set of skills.”
PMR.africa says the purpose of the awards is to enhance competitiveness, both locally and internationally, to enhance excellence in industry and to set a bench mark in industry
Following a landmark black economic empowerment deal with investment Holding company Kagiso Tiso Holdings, Servest is the largest, majority black-owned facilities management company on the African continent.
The company has a significant presence in Africa and the United Kingdom with multicurrency earnings. Servest’s African operations are headquartered in Johannesburg and have a footprint in 10 African countries.
The Group employs 50,000 people; at over 20,000 sites; our services, which include cleaning, parking, catering, hygiene, office services and landscaping, touch the working lives of thousands of people employed by eminent entities.
A feature of the Servest Group strategy is the extension of empowerment into its African markets through training, associations, partnerships and joint ventures. The aim is to create a foundation for sustainable growth through local capacity building.