As a company Tanker Repair Division is invested in upskilling not just our own work force but assisting our local community as well.
In the past week, our company assisted Miss Lucia Nkonyana with practical work based exposure for her Management Course she is currently studying.
Lucia spent time in various departments trying to learn as much as possible in the short time she was with us.
Every staff member was dedicated to the cause and with their guidance and support, Lucia was able to sufficiently meet her outcomes.
Tanker Repair Division is committed to upskilling our workforce and is proud to announce that 4 of our employees have successfully passed their respective levels in their ABET class.
Gloria Bhembe, Godfrey Sekiti, Kobus Brandt and Moses Oosthuizen have all been working very hard to achieve their certificates and prove that dedication and hard work really does pay off.
Congratulations and good luck with the next level!
It was the morning of Saturday, 12 September 2015, when the war cries of four teams roared through Rietvlei Zoo Farm.
Everyone was about to outsmart, outlaugh and outfun each other in Tanker Repair Division’s Survivor team building event.
After a few ice breakers the four teams competing for the title of Survivor were born:
At Tanker Repair Division, however, we define our staff as the people who make the organisation work.
Here is a list of some of our staff members and how they can be of assistance.
Alternatively you can contact us on 011 864 1112.