Newsletter - November 2016

National Move International Move Services Free Quote
SVL successfully moves R22m laboratory

Stuttaford Van Lines successfully completed one of its most intensive moves to date: the company moved an entire laboratory over 470 kilometres and more than five hours’ drive from Greytown, KwaZulu Natal to Delmas in Mpumalanga, in less than a day.

10 000 Wishes Campaign
Stuttaford Van Lines George recently donated collection boxes towards the 10 000 Wishes campaign which kicked off on 31 October and will continue until 09 December 2016. The campaign, which is an initiative of Algoa FM, Rotary and Group Editors, aims to put a smile on the face of a less fortunate child by giving them a special gift over the festive season.

Special delivery: SVL donates water

Until recently, residents of an informal settlement near the Lanseria airport had to either hike down to a nearby river, or pay a local man to buy water. However, thanks to Stuttaford Van Lines these residents now have easy access to clean drinking water.


SVL sponsors Smile Foundation Cyclethon

Stuttaford Van Lines has again thrown its full support behind the Smile Foundation’s 2016 Cyclethon. The initiative, which took place in Port Elizabeth, is aimed at raising awareness for kids born with a cleft pallet. As sponsor, SVL was responsible for the transportation of the exercise bikes, to and from the event.

Rugby fan receives signed jersey
Furlo Theron injured himself during a rugby match earlier this year and was paralyzed as a result of his injuries. Professional rugby organisation, MyPlayers and PUMA donated a rugby jersey and boot, signed by Springbok Captain, Adriaan Strauss, and several Blue Bulls players, to the young rugby enthusiast. Stuttaford Van Lines packed and transported the sports memorabilia from Gauteng to Abbotsdale, in the Western Cape. Pictured is Furlo with Stuttaford Van Lines Corporate Marketing Executive, Christoff Geldenhuys, who did the handover.
SVL Windhoek reaches quarter final in 'Battle for all'

Our Namibian branch staff showed off their sensational soccer skills, reaching the quarter finals in the “Battle for All” tournament, hosted by the National Broadcasting Corporation. The team building event was attended by several private sector and government representatives.

SVL sponsors Matric Dance

Stuttaford Van Lines Johannesburg has teamed up with several other sponsors to assist 10 students from the Ivory Park Secondary School in Tembisa, to attend this year’s Matric Dance. Stuttaford’s relationship with Ivory Park Secondary School started two years ago when the Johannesburg branch hosted 10 girls at their facility in support of the Cell C Bring a Girl Child to Work Campaign. 


  img img img img img img