CFO Thembi Mazibuko says Masslift Africa remains committed to making a difference


Thembi spoke at the material handling company’s 30th birthday, commemorating its achievements.

Masslift recently celebrated its 30th birthday, during which it honoured the three principles it has been operating on for the last three decades: great partnerships, service excellence and community investment to make South Africa a better place for all who live in it.

CFO Thembi Mazibuko said the company’s service excellence was recently recognised at the Top Empowerment Awards when it received the Top Empowered Company: Customer Focus accolade. “Our value of customer-centricity shines the most when it’s lived through our Masslift team. This award is testament to their unwavering commitment to putting our customers first in every interaction, especially our technicians who are out on the road and in the workshop daily looking after our customers’ assets.”

Further solidifying its community investment principle, Masslift , together with its stakeholders, made a joint donation to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital at the birthday celebration. “We are delighted to be able to commemorate our success in memory of Madiba. Access to quality healthcare remains a key issue in our country and we are proud that as Masslift we can contribute towards ensuring that the custodians of our country’s future are afforded a fighting chance in participating in that future,” Thembi added.

She concluded that Masslift remains committed to the principles that helped them achieve its success to date and are looking forward to many more decades of serving the people of South Africa.

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