Mementoes Trading 1988 (Pty)Ltd

Offers the following services

What we do:

Mementoes primary objective is to offer a range of services for companies and individuals from an exceptional culture of service excellence which reflects our understanding and knowledge within but not limited to the following segments:

Logistics and transportation
General building maintenance
Waste management and recycling

Mementoes is currently contracted with the Waste Bureau (formerly with REDISA) as a registered primary transporter of waste tyres in Witbank as well as its surroundings, within the Mpumalanga province:

The waste tyre management plan (approved by the Department of Environmental Affairs) has granted specific areas that transporters can operate in and we are expected to observe the borders created and not encroach on each other’s territories. Primary transporters are expected to collect waste tyres from registered tyre dealers in the area and deliver the waste tyres to the approved depot for processing.

The waste tyre circular economy relies on transporters like Mementoes Trading 1988 to make sure waste tyres are collected efficiently and that we have a lasting positive impact on the lives of many South Africans through, not only job creation, but also by cleaning and saving the environment of from redundant tyres.

Our proud history

We were involved with Bidvest Panalpina Logistics, Siemens, as well as Eskom, as a preferred local transportation supplier, for Siemens Cargo (Transformer appliances), supplied to Eskom. We have to date rendered transport services from the Durban, as well as the Richards Bay harbour, to Eskom Kusile and Kendal Power Stations.

We have also had the privilege to partake in the Eskom - Kusile Power Station Project, which on completion will be the fourth largest coal-fired power station in the world, by supplying and assembling quality and innovative mobile office solutions.

All our services are tailored to meet each client’s specific requirements and are well executed. The company is flexible and can adapt to environmental changes, thus putting the client and service delivery first.


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