South African wines have seen significant growth [internationally]. Furthermore, various spices and sauces from our country have also hit the shelves of supermarkets due to their health components and qualities.
– Sibanda-Thusi, Department of Trade and Industry.
South Africa’s need for nutrition
Our population will approach 60 million by the year 2050
Over the next 30 years, food output needs to increase by more than 20%
Policies that benefit food processing are needed to secure our country’s nutritional future
Our food manufacturing power
The high quality of our fruit results in global exports without significant levels of value addition
The strength of our local brands provides a key competitive advantage both locally and internationally
Our local maize value chain is exceptionally strong
Global food processing realities
32% Housing and utilities
2.4% Restaurants and hotels
Global food manufacturing industry realities
Populations in developing economies are undergoing a nutrition transition where caloric consumption is on the rise
Global cereals production needs to increase by 1 billion tonnes leading up to 2050
Meat production needs to increase by 200 million tonnes to meet rising global demands
Food security will be at the forefront of global concern in the upcoming years
OUR FOOD MANUFACTURING
The food manufacturing sector is pertinent to South Africa’s economic growth. From immense international trade deals to local contracts, opportunities are abundant and success in this growing industry can be lucrative and rewarding. Even more so when you receive the correct guidance and support from an accredited Temporary Employment Services provider.
We have many years of experience helping food manufacturing businesses find success in their varied and unique operations. From dairy to beer, bread to fish, our experience in South Africa’s wide range of manufacturing processes is broad and exhaustive.
We provide expert support in:
• Establishing industry demarcation
• Functioning during strikes
• International and local collaboration
• Local community involvement and procurement
• Managing union relations
• PLA/Unified terms
• Providing training and skills transfer
• TES and direct employment services
Our 45+ years of experience in the staffing sector has enabled our specialists to develop sophisticated systems and models for the assessment of candidates for various positions.
We provide experienced and skilled staff to keep costs down and productivity up, sharpening your competitive industry edge.
We have the right people for the right job in the food manufacturing industry:
Health and safety representatives
Reach truck operators
We have many years of experience helping food manufacturing businesses find success in their varied and unique operations.”
– Rachel Hough, Regional Director.
What makes our service unique?
Availability and quality of staff: Our comprehensive and constantly expanding database gives us access to candidates based across the country and beyond our South African borders. Strict verification procedures and reference checks are conducted when recruiting candidates and we’re able to conduct criminal and bureau checks when required.
Turnaround time: Our geographic reach extends to all major cities in the country and into Africa. Our impressive branch infrastructure facilitates quick turnaround times for staff deployment, queries and management decisions.
Administration: We facilitate practical rests (if required), complete medical examinations, obtain Visas and passports for selected candidates, complete the immigration formalities, assist with job and company orientation, and organise the candidates’ departure from the airport.