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G.Fox Polokwane staff are Petrus Mabetlela, front, Thomas Teffo, David Majabada, Johanna Matlou, Jenevah Maleka, Hettie Hensberg, Madelein Marais and Mamolaato Maake.

G.Fox hosts open day to create awareness


Customers of G.Fox Polokwane were treated to a festive, colourful welcome when they visited the branch during their open day on Friday.
Branch Manager Hettie Hensberg indicated that the open day aimed at creating awareness among customers and to introduce the brand to potential clients.
“G.Fox is still very unknown in Polokwane and Limpopo and we hope to have created a better understanding of the products and services we offer,” Hensberg said, adding that they also offer a Cash & Carry where individuals can walk in for any purchase.
“We offer free delivery to all account holders as well as customers who pay cash on delivery. Our services are available as far as Musina, Phalaborwa, Venda, Giyani, Tzaneen, Thabazimbi, Lephalale, Mokopane and Modimolle,” she said.
G.Fox is a manufacturer of workwear and importer and distributor of personal protective equipment. The company owns a state-of-the-art factory employing over 1 600 people with 12 branches and depots across the country.
G.Fox has over 55 years of experience in personal protective equipment with a proven track record. Being part of the Bidvest Group confirms G.Fox’s financial stability.
Hensberg stressed the core values of G.Fox as being honesty and integrity, passion for service and products and service centricity as the business revolves around service and service excellence.
Products include workwear security wear, footwear, safety equipment, paper products, cleaning and chemical products, cleaning consumables and office consumables.
For more information visit G.Fox Polokwane at 54 Silicon Street or contact them on 015 297 6314/5.

Story and photos: RC Myburgh

Warehouse supervisor Petrus Mabetlela and Branch Manager Hettie Hensberg.

Cashiers Johanna Matlou and Mamolaato Maake, far right, with general worker Jenevah Maleka, middle.

Warehouse staff David Majabada and Petrus Mabetlela (supervisor) with Thomas Teffo in front.