Dube TradeZone 1

Dube TradeZone's sold-out Phase 1 comprises 47 stands, all of which are level and fully-serviced.

Private sector investors in this zone include:

  • Samsung Electronics (developer: Shree Property Holdings)
    In a multi-million Rand deal, Shree Property Holdings has developed a mega warehouse and distribution facility for Samsung Electronics.
  • Rossi SA (developer: Shree Property Holdings)
    Rossi SA, the South African branch of the Italian parent company, has been operating from the TradeZone since 2014. Rossi SA specializes in the manufacturing of gearboxes.
  • Pilosio SA (developer: Shree Property Holdings)
    Pilosio SA, also a South African arm of an Italian parent company, is now operating at the TradeZone. Pilosio SA specializes in the production, sale and rental of building structures, such as scaffolding, formworks for walls and slabs, trenchlining for safety in excavation works, as well as structures for entertainment events, such as stages, grandstands and covered areas.
  • Tufbag (developer: Shree Property Holdings)
    One of the largest FIBC manufacturers in Africa, Tufbag are manufacturing bulk bags, industrial valve bags, technical woven fabrics, multifilament yarns and PE inner liners.
  • HBM-SA Health (developer: Shree Property Holdings)
    The new state-of-the-art facility by HBM-SA Health Protection Services is a partnership between US-based HBM Group and SA Health.  The facility will produce 700 000 condoms per day for the local and export markets.
  • Yangtze Optical Fibre and Cable (developer: Shree Property Holdings)
    Yangtze Optics Africa’s purpose-built fibre optic manufacturing facility is an investment with the potential to significantly bolster South Africa’s efforts to grow exports and expand communications infrastructure. It is committed to accelerating access to broadband connectivity across the province.
  • Amsted Reelin
    Reelin Bearings, in a Joint Venture with Brenco, an American company, represents one of the largest private sector investment deal secured by Dube TradePort Corporation for the TradeZone. The deal brings on-stream one of the world’s most sophisticated bearing manufacturing and refurbishment facilities.
  • Air Chefs
    A multi-million Rand state-of-the-art flight centre facility is being developed at Dube TradeZone for leasing to Air Chefs.
  • Gift of the Givers Foundation
    Dube TradePort Corporation is developing a warehouse within Dube TradeZone for leasing to the Gift of the Givers Foundation, the largest disaster relief organisation of African origin on the African continent.
  • Ukuphanta
    This comprises the development of a single warehouse of approximately 5 000 square metres for a logistics and distribution operation.
  • DB Schenker (developer: Hodari)
    This is an estimated R80 million investment in a facility for one of the world's biggest logistics service providers.
  • Laser Junction (developer: Hodari)
    This company has grown into one of the largest laser cutting and steel fabrication businesses in South Africa. Their impressive array of high-tech machinery together with full fabrication facilities ensures that the business remains a market leader, with the flexibility, skills and knowledge to tackle a wide range of customer requirements.
  • Retractaline
    Retractaline is considered a market leader in the design, manufacture and supply of a comprehensive range of laundry care products and accessories. The company has supplied numerous international markets, including Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Namec
    Namec, in partnership with Skyworth, will be developing an international electronics assembly and distribution warehouse.
  • iDube Cold Storage (developer: North Star Logistics)
    This company will be developing a multipurpose cold storage facility, with the capacity to handle chilled as well as frozen cargo. It will provide high tech storage solutions to various chilled and frozen consumer products at HACCP and ISO standards.