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On the Dot is awarded Trudon distribution tender

On the Dot, a media logistics company, has successfully won the tender to deliver the White and Yellow pages nationally to households, businesses and post offices. The contract is for a three-year period and seven million books per annum.
On the Dot's Rudi Keet, GM for consumer distribution services, commented: “On the Dot's current consumer distribution operation delivers to 12.7 million homes in three days. We fully understand the complexity of this contract; we have geared ourselves up nationally and are up for the challenge.”

Trudon (Pty) Ltd (formerly known as TDS Directory Operations (Pty) Ltd) is the leading company in local commercial search in Southern Africa. Their business is to ensure that users find local products and services with the greatest ease, 24/7.

Trudon's head office is in Johannesburg and has six other branches in South Africa. Trudon publishes and distributes 19 regional books in all of the nine provinces in South Africa. They have also secured a joint venture with Telecom Namibia Limited whereby they compile, supply and deliver the directory in Namibia.

Trudon offer an unsurpassed world-class product at affordable rates for all types and sizes of businesses in South Africa. This makes them a relevant media partner especially to the growing SMME businesses in a highly competitive South African economy.

We look forward to a beneficial relationship.

On the Dot use the same infrastructure to deliver community newspapers and leaflets to consumers.

On the Dot's sales offices are based in Gauteng, Cape Town, and Durban with operational offices in six regions and 35 depots nationwide.

Contact your regional sales office and we will gladly assist you with your distribution needs:

Gauteng - 011 715 8065
Cape Town - 021 528 7920
Durban - 031 533 7733

23 Feb 2010 09:51


1 of the sub-contractors
Re: complains concerning payment-
I feeling that this company is just exploiting us because i dont understand how you can work for a week and get R181-00, how do you pay your workers and how do you maintain your bakkie. I feel we have to be paid per book because last week we delivered at a company 194 books and we still get paid R4.60, i believe this is highly unreasonable. They also deal with their address list, we get companies and they have already been delivered to, why aren't such things dealt with before they are given out, if this is the case we should be paid in full not the confirmation price because its the company's mistake. You should also deal with your staff because their attitudes are uncalled for. This is to the ALBERTON-ALRODE BRANCH.
Posted on 24 Aug 2010 21:49
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