AIDC Eastern Cape provides support for competitiveness and job retention

Moody’s in October said it expects global auto sales to fall 20 percent in 2020,
with a healthy 11.5% percent rebound in 2021.

Regardless of the forecasts, recovery in the automotive supply chain is likely to be slow and businesses may remain under strain as buyers adjust to the economical fall-out, for an extended period.

As an agency of the Eastern Cape Provincial government, the AIDC EC is mandated to assist manufacturers grow but also retain jobs and productivity though periods of distress.  As a result, AIDC EC is now offering manufacturing companies subsidised support to minimise the effect of the disruptions and constraints and overall resource drain.

AIDC EC is offering regional manufacturing firms our resources to identify opportunities for quick sustainable wins, combating the economic pressures into the next period of the pandemic by streamlining the client’s operations and business processes through any of the following:

  • Fast-tracked introduction and implementation/piloting of TPS/TPM
  • Strengthened QMS in Product quality and waste management
  • World-class and LEAN manufacturing support
  • Energy improvement plan with detailed assessment analysis
  • Improved individual productivity and organisational performance
  • Specialised technical training and development
  • Shop floor skills Training and education
  • Business Diagnostic

Speak to us if you could benefit from this support, which is measured against agreed tangible improvement targets.

AIDC supply chain PDF


Company: AIDC Eastern Cape

Contact: H A Mahomed

Email:  [email protected]