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OUR DISTRIBUTION CHAIN

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TRADING DIVISIONS

The Springbok Group of Companies is one of the largest full-line independent distributors of fast-moving consumer goods in southern Africa. We have more than 180 associates across four trading divisions, each providing expertise on sales channels, product mixes and retail formats.

Our four trading divisions are:

 

  • Natural Harvest

  • Springbok Food & Pharmacy Distribution

  • Springbok Premier Pharmacy 

  • Trade-Link Africa

 

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NATURAL HARVEST

NATURAL HARVEST division is a well-recognised distributor in Africa of natural and organic groceries, chilled, frozen and perishable foods, personal care products, supplements and health and beauty products.

We supply more than 12 000 customer locations with natural and organic groceries, including frozen/ perishable foods, personal care products and nutritional supplements and is today our largest division within the company.

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SPRINGBOK FOOD & PHARMACY

SPRINGBOK FOOD & PHARMACY division is the original cornerstone of the business and distributes both food and health & beauty products through large pharmaceutical retailers in South Africa.

 

Pharmacy's provide great opportunities for emerging products given the variety that can be stocked on pharmacists' shelves, from food stuffs to creams, shampoos and household cleaning products.

 

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SPRINGBOK PREMIER PHARMACY

SPRINGBOK PREMIER PHARMACY is a franchised group of 47 independently owned pharmacy stores, each located throughout Africa. 

The stores offer health/beauty care, dietary and pharmaceutical products on a ‘one-stop-shop’ basis. Originally modelled after the Boots UK open-store concept, each location offers some 600 square meters of shopping space, backed by extended trading hours, a range of specialized goods and cosmetics, and a variety of imported products.

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TRADE-LINK AFRICA

TRADE LINK AFRICA evolved because of a robust demand from countries north of South Africa's borders, namely those in the Southern African Development Community (SADC):

 

Lesotho, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, and African Union countries further north such as Zambia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya, which encompass the distribution of all FMCG lines, whether natural and organic or pharmaceutical lines. 

 

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