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New warehouse a testament to adaptability and commitment

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A NEW Johannesburg facility for ifm will enhance the company’s capacity to serve customers and clients more effectively and meet the growing demand for its products and services, according to ifm South Africa’s managing director, Alwyn Skelton. Addressing guests at the opening of the new warehouse, Skelton expressed gratitude to the ifm team for their hard work and dedication in bringing the project to fruition.

Guests from the company’s headquarters in Germany, including Kevin Duda, senior director regional sales management and Daniela Hamm, director human resources, attended the ribbon-cutting event.

Hosted in the new warehouse, ifm staff and guests gathered to celebrate not only the launch of a new facility, but also the spirit of innovation, teamwork and shared success that define ifm South Africa’s journey.

The event 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.

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