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Autoliv SA Extraordinary Feat: The JIPM TPM Excellence Award

The AIDC’s partnerships with automotive component manufacturers truly are going from strength to strength. We are proud to congratulate Autoliv South Africa on being the recipient of the coveted 2017 JIPM TPM Excellence Award.

Since 1964, the Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance seeking to recognise true excellence at all levels in manufacturing…

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AIDC and JICA partnership phase two kicks off

The partnership between the Automotive Industry Development Centre and the Japan International Co-operation Agency has been an overwhelming success: through the partnership, the governments of South Africa and Japan are working to strengthen bilateral ties and promote growth in the local automotive sector. Supported by the Department of Trade and Industry as well as the Embassy of Japan, the AIDC-JICA partnership is one that will lead to meaningful supplier and skills development…

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AIDC Learning Centre Open Week

It is here: the Automotive Industry Development Centre’s second phase of the Gauteng Automotive Learning Centre is open. As a critical delivery pillar of the Public Private Partnership between the AIDC and Nissan SA, the Learning Centre is now working to skill, upskill, train and educate new experts in the automotive and allied industries. With the advent and launch of the second phase complete the programmes become distinctly richer and more practical…

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WorldSkills at the AIDC GALC Open Week

Skills across a broad range of professional industries and sectors are what drive the world economy; skilled individuals are undoubtedly critical, and yet they are in short supply, particularly in South Africa. The annual WorldSkills competition recognises talent in the skills pool, rewarding individuals who show exceptional promise in a spectrum of fields of expertise; this year, skills in the automotive sector had their qualifying trials at the new AIDC’s Learning Centre in Rosslyn, Tshwane…

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Best Practice Tour to India 2016

This year’s Best Practice Tour to India was a roaring success, giving fourteen individuals from a diverse range of industries new insights into optimising business and manufacturing methods. From 23 September to 2 October, the group engaged with Indian enterprises that have actively adopted measures and methods that have led to increased productivity, efficiency and profitability. The tour is fully endorsed by the AIDC and the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency…