Once a South-African produced Toyota vehicle reaches the end of the production line, WWL and its joint-venture company CAT-WWL take care of everything else for domestic and export delivery.
A SOLID PARTNERSHIP
“We started working with WWL when we began our Australian Export Programme,” says Nils Wikström of Toyota South Africa Motors. “This relationship developed further when CAT-WWL was awarded the yard management contract. We envision that, with our shared goals, we will continue to grow together.”
FULL SERVICE ON THE OCEAN SIDE
WWL’s Ocean Services team covers everything from customer services and documentation to finance. From left, front: Saroj Reddy, Gennie Naicker, Norman Naidu; standing: Niran Sheoprosad, Margie Foord, Preneshini Moodley.
CAT-WWL employees take possession of Toyota vehicles at the end of the production line, and begin post-production inspections—the first step in handling the rest of the distribution process.
THE COMMERCIAL TEAM
The expertise and long relationship with Toyota spelled success for the CAT-WWL team: (from left) Athol Pearson, Xavier Leroi, Fernando Munhoz and David Macrae.
KEEPING CARS ON TRACK
A system implemented by CAT-WWL keeps track of all units in their charge. The system shows where units are, allowing the staff to easily and reliably prepare units for shipment and arrange for pickup.
DRIVING OFF THE PRODUCTION LINE
A CAT-WWL driver brings a Toyota Hilux from the end of the production line to the test drive area for routine checks - just one of the steps taken on by the company on behalf of Toyota.
THE JOINT COMMERCIAL TEAM
CAT-WWL won the contract based on its professional, competitive offering, and WWL’s long collaboration with Toyota on the Ocean side. The team (from left): Athol Pearson, Xavier Leroi, Fernando Munhoz and David Macrae.
Located in the largest city on the east coast of Africa, Durban has the busiest harbor and biggest container port in Africa (the third largest in the Southern Hemisphere). The joint-venture company CAT-WWL is the leading yard management provider for automobile manufacturers in South Africa, serving international companies such as Toyota South Africa (TSAM), the country’s largest automaker, including both import and export units.