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Ifm South Africa new warehouse ribbon cutting ceremony

IFM South Africa celebrated the launch of our new warehouse on 19 February 2024.  

The event commenced with a welcoming address by ifm South Africa’s MD, Alwyn Skelton, who expressed gratitude to the team for their hard work and dedication in bringing the project to fruition. 

He emphasised the significance of the new warehouse in enhancing ifm’s capacity to serve customers & clients more effectively and meet the growing demand for their products and services. 

The festivities concluded with a tour through the new warehouse and a sit-down lunch decorated in black, white & gold with a pop of orange in the back of the warehouse.

ifm staff and guests came together to celebrate not only the launch of a new facility but also the spirit of innovation, teamwork, and shared success that defined ifm South Africa’s journey.

The afternoon celebration served as a reminder of ifm’s resilience and adaptability in the face of challenges, instilling confidence in the organisation’s ability to navigate future endeavours with grace and success.

In essence, ifm South Africa’s celebration of the new warehouse launch was more than just an event; it was a testament to innovation, teamwork, and a commitment to excellence that will propel the organisation forward into a future filled with endless possibilities.

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