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Xatoto & Son Trading Enterprise

15 Mpoza Street, Zweletemba, Worcester 6849, Western Cape, South Africa
086 596 9618

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Xatoto And Sons Trading Enterprise cc is a level 1 BBBEE, 100% black owned and managed company focusing on supplies, logistics, civil, and building maintenance.

The company was conceived developed as result of the growth in business activity amongst Previously Disadvantaged Individuals (PDIs).

Xatoto And Sons Trading Enterprise cc is owned and managed by Sabelo Xatoto. It has association agreement with a broad spectrum of organisations. These association agreement allow Xatoto and sons trading enterprise to draw on a large scale of resources and suppliers giving it the capacity to deliver on projects effectively and efficiently.

VISION 

We envisage ourselves to be the leading catalysts in logistics and supplies through the provision of quality and speedy service. We strive to be on top of the latest and newest trends and innovations when it comes to building and construction.

OUR MAIN AIM

* To actively build a profitable company that can attract local business.
*To forge a trustworthy relationships with associates, joint venture partners and clients.
*To create a network of bee companies to strengthen a base for empowerment.
*To ensure meaningful participation in the mainstream economy in Worcester and Western cape.
*To develop and empower the communities we serve as part of our social responsibility.

OUR METHOLOGIES 

*The stimulation of economic growth
*Economic and Human Empowerment Development
*Creation of job opportunities through SMME initiatives, that is value adding.

SERVICES

*  Supplies & Logistics
* Building & Maintenance
* Civil
* Professional Services

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15 Mpoza Street, Zweletemba, Worcester 6849, Western Cape, South Africa