Servest continues to forge a sustainable partnership with Sasol in Secunda – one which has spanned over 20 years.
The Group’s integrated facilities management offering allows SASOL to concentrate on its core business with Servest managing their Landscaping, Asset protection and Horticultural requirements.
And as testimony to this, Servest has recently been awarded another 36 months, with a possible extension, growing the Group’s contract value from R16 524 000 per annum to R19 908 000 per annum.
Adapting to the ever changing economic climate and raising the bar on productivity and being innovative, Servest has increased the value of the contract by 17% and reduced staff and overheads by 45%.
The previous contract had a head count of 160 of and included managing an extensive asset base. The new contract has a head count of 95 and sees a primary shift in focus to asset protection in the Sasol Secunda primary areas where fuel and related by-products are being produced.
Servest Landscaping stays innovative and ahead of the pack. We will be importing the first two robocut machines for the Sasol Contract. Stationed at Unit 52, these machines will increase productivity, eliminate safety risks and also give Sasol the benefit of lower rates. This will also reduce the carbon footprint, in effect replacing up to 25 brush cutters per machine.