About Goscor Group2021-11-24T08:10:07+00:00

Trusted Equipment
Solutions Since 1984

Welcome to Goscor Group

Supplying, Servicing and Renting of Industrial Equipment & Solutions

For over three decades, the Goscor Group of companies has been bringing some of the best, most trusted equipment brands from all corners of the globe to the African continent. Established by George Owen Siddle in 1984, the Group has grown tenfold and now consists of seven impressive companies, each supplying the market with unique products and services from top brand names from around the world.

We employ more than 1 000 staff countrywide and have offices and dealer networks in all major centres in South Africa.

Our holding company, Bud Group, was created to service the South African industry. Other companies in this diverse group are Uni-Span, Afrit and Concord Cranes.

Goscor Group Values

At Goscor, family comes first. That’s been one of our driving values from the start. Over three decades later, we now boast an extended family of over 1 000 strong.

Board of Directors

AG Siddle (Tony)
AG Siddle (Tony)Chairman Goscor Group
Tony is a qualified CA (SA) and holds a B Comm degree in Accounting from the University of Cape Town.

He served his articles of clerkship at Deloitte before joining the Goscor Cleaning Equipment sales department in January 1992. Tony held a number of different leadership positions within the Goscor Group and was appointed as the managing Director in 1997. Tony also served on the Board of Micor Industrial Corporation LTD, a JSE listed holding company. He was the group Chief Executive Officer of Goscor from 2002 to 2010, and thereafter he was appointed as Chairman.
Tony has two children and his hobbies include golf, fly fishing and wildlife. He is a qualified commercial pilot.

AN Wilson (Neil)
AN Wilson (Neil)Goscor Group CEO
Neil joined the Goscor Group of Companies in early 2008 as the Group Finance Director.

A qualified Chartered Accountant (CA(SA)), Neil studied at UCT and then completed his articles at Deloitte & Touche. His career started in the investment management world where Neil played a significant role in building an asset management business called Melville Douglas which he was MD of for a number of years. This business was acquired by Standard Bank in 2001. As a Director Neil was given a number of different leadership positions within Standard Bank, being appointed as Director and Head of Private Banking and Wealth in 2006.
Neil was appointed as CEO of Goscor in 2010 when Imperial acquired a controlling interest in the Group. Neil is a passionate cyclist, golfer and family man.

S Nkabinde (Sthembile)
S Nkabinde (Sthembile)Director Goscor Group
Sthembile has over 9 years financial services experience. She served her articles at PWC working mainly on Banking, Investment Management and Private Equity Clients.

She spent 3 months in the PWC Boston offices where her main client was Bank of America. After completing her articles at PWC Sthembile joined Investec Corporate Finance where she gained experience in mergers and acquisitions, BEE transactions, disposals and JSE listings. Her clients in Corporate Finance included Business Connexion, Pick n Pay, Imperial and Altron. Sthembile later joined the Private Capital division at Investec where she gained experience in leveraged finance transactions. In 2013 she founded a Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment investment vehicle called Khulasande Capital. Sthembile currently serves on the boards of Concord Cranes, Prowalco, and CJP chemicals.

Tyler Magor
Tyler MagorDirector Goscor Group
Tyler completed his articles at Investec Bank Limited. Here he gained exposure to Corporate and Institutional Banking, Credit and Principal Investments.

Upon completion of his articles he immediately joined the InServe team and is involved in finance, treasury and mergers and acquisitions for the Group and its underlying subsidiaries.

Goscor Structure

Group Structures

BEE

The Goscor Group fully concurs with the government’s sentiments regarding the importance of black economic empowerment as a critical underpinning for the stability of South Africa’s democracy, and the future development and success of the country.

We have adopted the government’s outlines for broad-based economic empowerment, and we are in the process of implementing the weighted scorecard as a measure of our contribution to BEE.

View Our BEE Certificate

Employment Equity

Diversity and Equity Policy Statement

The diversity and employment equity policy of the Goscor group of companies respects, and is founded on, Goscor’s vision and commitment to quality and equity; its values; its socio-political, cultural and geographical environment; and the legislative environment. To create an environment that supports, reflects and promotes equitable and inclusive behaviours and practices, and respects individuals and groups of people, it is crucial that Goscor examines its value and belief systems. Personal experiences, biases and prejudices can influence professional and ethical behaviour and affect: service skills and strategies; the value of interactions between employees, temporary staff/contractors; and the ability of stakeholders to work cohesively as a team.

The purpose of the Goscor Diversity and Equity Policy is to:

  • Ensure that all persons are treated equitably and with a level of mutual respect;
  • Reduce bias and prejudice;
  • Develop a range of practices and guidelines that actively counteract bias or prejudice;
  • Promote inclusive practices;
  • Encourage all persons to communicate respectfully and fairly;
    and avoid stakeholders making comparisons between the difference in race, creed or sex, of staff/employees or any other stakeholders, their backgrounds, abilities or additional needs.
  • Goscor treats and respects people equally regardless of:
    • Gender, age, socio-economic status, race, language, beliefs, additional needs and family structure or lifestyle.

 

  • Goscor will not tolerate behaviours, language or practices that label, stereotype or demean others.
  • Goscor recognises and values the differences and similarities that exist between staff/employees or any other stakeholders, management, students and the wider community.

Social Responsibility

As part of our Social Responsibility Project, Goscor Group has undertaken the following

Our policy is thus:

  • Encourage and advance all employees to their full potential.
  • Planning to sponsor further education and training.
  • Planning to rotate employees with various positions in order to avoid stagnation within a particular discipline and ensure the broadest possible exposure to all spheres of our business.
  • Having an “open door”policy, encouraging communication amongst all.
  • Employ new staff from previously disadvantaged communities in order to achieve a balance of personnel reflective of the demographics of the country.
  • Teambuilding and creating unity amongst our staff by means of regular social and sporting events

Social Responsibility

As part of our Social Responsibility Project, Goscor Group has undertaken the following

Our policy is thus:

  • Encourage and advance all employees to their full potential.
  • Planning to sponsor further education and training.
  • Planning to rotate employees with various positions in order to avoid stagnation within a particular discipline and ensure the broadest possible exposure to all spheres of our business.
  • Having an “open door”policy, encouraging communication amongst all.
  • Employ new staff from previously disadvantaged communities in order to achieve a balance of personnel reflective of the demographics of the country.
  • Teambuilding and creating unity amongst our staff by means of regular social and sporting events

List of charities, non-profit organizations and causes in support of disadvantaged or under-privileged communities

  • Pathways (School for disabled)
  • M Faber Farm School (Rural area)
  • Endangered Wildlife Trust
  • Albertina Sisulu Multipurpose Resource Centre
  • Togetherness Minister Association
  • Pretoria Child and Family Care Society
  • Jakaranda Childrens Home
  • Hillcrest HIV / Aids Foundation
  • Olivers House
  • Siphumelele Childrens Home
  • Mpumelelo Day Care Centre
  • St. Stithians Easter Festival and underpriviledged Hockey Team
  • SETH Academy
  • CANSA
  • Thandulwazi
  • The Legacy Foundation
  • MES Work Projects
  • Adora-Bull Terrier Rescue and Rehabilitation
  • SPCA
  • Khanyisa Day Care
  • Pure Hope Primary

List of charities, non-profit organizations and causes in support of disadvantaged or under-privileged communities

  • Pathways (School for disabled)
  • M Faber Farm School (Rural area)
  • Endangered Wildlife Trust
  • Albertina Sisulu Multipurpose Resource Centre
  • Togetherness Minister Association
  • Pretoria Child and Family Care Society
  • Jakaranda Childrens Home
  • Hillcrest HIV / Aids Foundation
  • Olivers House
  • Siphumelele Childrens Home
  • Mpumelelo Day Care Centre
  • St. Stithians Easter Festival and underpriviledged Hockey Team
  • SETH Academy
  • CANSA
  • Thandulwazi
  • The Legacy Foundation
  • MES Work Projects
  • Adora-Bull Terrier Rescue and Rehabilitation
  • SPCA
  • Khanyisa Day Care
  • Pure Hope Primary

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