In order to effectively and efficiently deliver the above capabilities, Concor’s operations are structured into various business units aligned to the same purpose and vision, with good knowledge of their respective markets, clients and suppliers. These business units are backed by Concor’s brand, financial strength and Group-wide values, as well as centralised shared services systems, expertise and functionality.
Concor’s decentralised business unit structure is characterised by an appropriate measure of delegation of authority and responsibility for day-to-day operations.
Each business unit is headed by a managing director and has its own administrative departments and other resources required to conduct its operations effectively.
- Johannesburg, South Africa (Head Office)
- Cape Town, South Africa
- Gaborone, Botswana
- Windhoek, Namibia
Through the many important services we provide and the innovative, sustainable solutions we use to deliver them, Concor contributes to the development of communities in which we operate. Our values guide what we do and how we work, and this dual focus helps to ensure a sustainable future for our business, our people, clients and communities.
We focus on the areas where we can make the most significant positive contributions: Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) and Transformation; Health, Safety & Environment; People Development; Diversity; Socio-Economic (Community) Development and Ethical Governance. Each of these areas relates to our core business, are interconnected and contribute to creating shareholder value.
Concor’s B-BBEE strategy and status is especially noteworthy, with a Level 1 rating on the Generic Codes. Concor is also a wholly black-owned and 58.07 % women-owned business.