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On the Dot is awarded GCIS tender

On the Dot, a media logistics company, has been appointed as the service provider for the distribution of Government Communication and Information System products.
The Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) provides strategic communication leadership and support to all of government. Their vision is government communication that empowers, encourages citizens to participate in democracy and improve the lives of all.

They aim to lead the strategic communication of government through submitting a National Communication Strategy to Cabinet and ensuring coherence of messages, open and extended channels of communication between government and the people, towards a shared vision.

On the Dot's Commercial Manager, Rudi Keet commented: “On the Dot has the infrastructure, technical knowledge and market intelligence offering to assist Government to meet their objectives. We fully understand their expectations and aim to exceed it. We take great pride in having been awarded this tender. Our team has a lot of hard work ahead and we are up for the challenge.”

We look forward to a mutually rewarding relationship.

On the Dot will leverage their extensive national infrastructure for delivery of community newspapers and leaflets to distribute the GCIS products.

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

On the Dot's new corporate website has gone live. The link is
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

On the DotOn the Dot, South Africa's largest media supply chain management company, offers distribution solutions for magazines, newspapers, subscriptions, community newspapers, pamphlets and non-media parcels through direct to store, home delivery and informal networks.



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