This association is an affiliate of CAASA the main objectives of which are to serve, promote, watch over, advance and mutually protect the interests of person engaged in the ownership, operations and design of airports and aerodromes.Continue reading →
AATOSA, as an affiliate of CAASA, is where all reputable aviation training organisations have the opportunity to collectively discuss and partake in the direction where commercial and general aviation is heading in South Africa. Through CAASA we have a role to play in the rules, regulations and practices that governs and promotes aviation. AATOSA creates an opportunity to be involved, share opinions and contribute to the growth of the aviation sector and skills development. Every aviation training organization should be part of this association and every customer, student and instructor of such an ATO should insist on it!Continue reading →
The Association of Aviation Design Organisation was founded in 2014 and aligned itself as an affiliate of CAASA in mid 2016. Primarily developed to protect the interest of the South African CAR Part 147 Approved Design Organisations and provide a unified representation from Industry to the SACAA relating to the design activities of the member organisations, the association now has a more significant role to play providing technical advice to CAASA and its various sub-committees and embers where aircraft design, modification, testing and certification issues are raised.Continue reading →
The association of Non-Scheduled Operators (ANSO) was founded early in 2009 as an affiliate of the Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa (CAASA). The intention was to satisfy the need to have technical and industry-specific support and representation pertaining to matters affecting fixed-wing non-scheduled commercial operators.
As one of the youngest affiliates of CAASA, it still has a lot to achieve, and although significantly shy of its parent association’s 70-year existence, it sees itself as a strategic component of the organisation, and an essential contributor for the future.Continue reading →
The Algoa Taxi Association is a Taxi Association operating from Port Elizabeth in the Eastern CapeContinue reading →
The Accredited Movers of SA (AMOSA) offers a unique, comprehensive nationwide moving network and serves as an accreditation body by setting professional standards for the removal industry and offering its members and clients a guarantee of superior service, quality and peace of mind.Continue reading →
The SA Association of Freight Forwarders is a non-profit organisation governed by a constitution which provides for a board of directors, with a Chairperson and Vice Chairperson. Its directors are highly experienced, senior executives from member freight forwarding companies, who are nominated and voted for by these members. A CEO reports to the Board of Directors and manages and directs the association.
Freight Forwarding plays an essential role in international trade and our members are dedicated to facilitating this activity through their involvement in the management of transportation, customs clearing, documentation, third party payments and many other elements of international supply chains. We call the freight forwarder the “architect of transport”. Globalisation and the need to reduce cost over the entire supply chain have re-focused the freight forwarder in ways that are innovative and functional.Continue reading →
RPMASA is an NPO and the leading Southern African Organisation, for Classification and Transport of Dangerous Goods and Hazardous MaterialsContinue reading →
The Roodepoort Metered Taxi Association is a Taxi Association operating from Roodepoort in GautengContinue reading →
The South African Bus Employers Association (SABEA) is a bus and coach industry employers’ organization that promotes the interests of its members through participation in organised collective bargaining as well as the provision of strategic input and advisory supportContinue reading →