2017 ENDORSING PARTNERS

Productivity SA is established in terms of section 31 (1) of  the Employment Services Act, NO 4 of 2014 as a juristic person with a mandate to promote employment growth and productivity

Productivity SA is an institution mandated by Government, Labour and Business to enhance productivity in order to contribute to South Africa’s socio-economic development and competitiveness.

OUR VISION
Our vision is to lead and inspire a competitive and productive South Africa.

OUR MISSION
To improve productivity by diagnosing, advising, implementing, monitoring and evaluating solutions aimed at improving South Africa’s sustainable growth, development and employment through increased competitiveness.

OUR MANDATE
Is to promote employment growth and productivity thereby contributing to South Africa’s socio-economic development and competitiveness

CAIA – THE CHEMICAL AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES’ ASSOCIATION

www.caia.co.za

CAIA, affiliated to the International Council of Chemical Associations, was established in 1994. CAIA seeks to promote the sustainability of the chemical industry in South Africa through intense advocacy, the Responsible Care® initiative and the promotion of skills development in the sector.

Members sign a Responsible Care® Commitment to continuously improve their safety, health and environmental performance; and thus the sustainability of the chemical industry.

Membership is open to chemical manufacturers and traders as well as to organisations which provide a service to the chemical industry, such as hauliers and consultants.

PACKAGING SA is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of the paper and packaging industry including converters, brand-owners and raw material suppliers. Its role as industry advocate includes lobbying government on issues that impact on the sector and it actively supports policies relating to the protection and improvement of the environment through the conservation of resources, including recycling and the recovery of packaging waste. It also promotes the benefits of packaging and as the voice of the packaging industry serves to keep members updated with developments in the South African market. Packaging SA has close ties with the Institute of Packaging SA (IPSA) and is committed to driving education and training in the field of packaging in South Africa.

www.packagingsa.co.za

The Valve and Actuator Manufacturers Cluster of South Africa (VAMCOSA) was formed in July 2011 and works within the dti’s designated cluster parameters. VAMCOSA’s focus is to bring local valve and actuator manufacturers together in order to create a common focus and goal for the respective industries. VAMCOSA provides an effective platform for its members to engage with government and state owned companies through designated channels of the dti and the SACEEC with regard to industry specific concerns.

Contact Sue Breckenridge
+27 11 8497388
www.saceec.com/vamcosa

Sassda (Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association) is an association of members who distribute, market, manufacture and fabricate products and services relevant to stainless steel. With more than 400 members in sub-Saharan Africa, Sassda provides a platform for its members to collectively promote the sustainable growth and development of the industry, with the main emphasis on stainless steel converted within the South African economy. The Association has been in existence since 1964 and is one of the most active in the world.

www.proudlysa.co.za

The Proudly SA campaign was established in 2001, born out of the 1998 Presidential Jobs Summit called by the late former President Nelson Mandela. Like all government initiatives, its purpose is to work to combat the triple challenges of poverty, inequality and unemployment. To this end, Proudly SA seeks to strongly influence procurement in the public and private sectors, to increase local production and stimulate job creation in line with government’s New Growth Path programme. The NGP aims to revive the economy by creating 5 million jobs and reducing unemployment levels to 15% over the next 10 years. The Proudly SA Campaign fits hand-in-glove with the broader national developmental agenda and the Local Procurement Accord. The Accord is a pact that seeks to boost local industry and create more jobs through localised procurement. In order to carry the Proudly SA logo and become a member company, businesses must meet specific criteria in order to qualify  as Proudly South African.

www.copper.co.za

The CDAA is a non-profit company based in Wadeville, Germiston sponsored by the European Copper Institute in Belgium and the International Copper Association in New York.
There are Copper Development Associations in numerous global countries.

The CDAA was established in 1962 and is responsible for promoting the use of copper in Africa.
This is done through various initiatives such as Plumbing, HVAC, Antimicrobial copper, Electrical and Aquaculture.

The CDAA members are involved in the production and sales of various copper alloy based products and CDAA endeavours to develop these markets to the benefit of its members.
This is done through marketing, advertising, exhibitions and presentations.

Continued networking with government departments ensure that the members are kept abreast of developments at SARS, SABS, ITAC, EDD, DTI and others.

NAAMSA – National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa

www.naamsa.co.za

The Association represents the collective, non-competitive interests of the new motor vehicle manufacturing industry in South Africa and comprises twenty-two companies involved in the production of cars and commercial vehicles which businesses collectively employ about 31 000 persons.  NAAMSA also represents the interests of twenty-one companies involved in the importation and distribution of new motor vehicles in South Africa.  All the major multi-national automotive corporations are members of NAAMSA or are affiliated to the Association.

The Association attends to matters and addresses issues which aim to promote the interests of the broader South African automotive Industry and its members in particular.