Crossroads, a subsidiary of Community Investment Holdings (CIH), was inaugurated in the early 1930s. The small beginning was the impetus for initiating solutions and crating businesses to meet changing and challenging market and socio-political conditions of the day. Crossroads is a diversified domestic and regional services group with associated capabilities internationally, owning an impressive blue chip customer base in its sector.
Today Crossroads is a key role-player in the logistics and supply chain management environment in Southern Africa with an associated footprint in Europe.
Crossroads has approximately 900 employees, more than 380 owned vehicles, with access to superior subcontractor vehicles and requisite warehouse capacity to service the quantified needs of our customers.
Crossroads optimises, through alliances and associations, the benefits, scale and synergies that are derived from large businesses, while retaining its agility, customer focus and entrepreneurial flair characteristic of small to medium businesses.
Crossroads is managed democratically to ensure a healthy autonomy at operational level. High-level co-operation between business silos and cohesiveness of strategy are maintained through close communication, regular meetings and following a multi-disciplinary thought process.
Crossroads’ strategy combines the best available skills and supply chain management specialists and, where necessary, best in breed IT systems that enable it to provide customers with the most efficient and cost effective logistics and supply chain management solutions available.
Crossroads is Dekra-certified for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, and is also SQAS-accredited.
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