We at JCB Safety Footwear are proud and excited to have the opportunity to support and be a part of the ENDANGERED WILDLIFE TRUST – by providing all their dedicated rangers and staff across Southern Africa with their protective footwear requirements.
It is an honour to be associated with one of South Africa’s most reputable conservation NGOs and to play a role in their critical conservation and sustainability programs.
From left to right: Alison Janicke (Head of EWT Resource Development), Orli Essers (JCB Sales Executive)
Conserving nature is the very essence of what the Endangered Wildlife Trust does. For the past 49 years, they have made it their mission to implement target driven research, conservation action programmes and address the threats that many species are facing by saving the marvellous array of threatened wildlife within Southern Africa.
We are confident that the rugged and reliable protection provided by
JCB SAFETY FOOTWEAR,
will enable the EWT team to continue to perform their incredibly dedicated conservation work.
From left to right: Yves Manana (IT Manager), Alison Janicke (Head of EWT Resource Development), Sean Kelly (Conservation K9 Handler), Kisha (Conservation K9), Tammy Baker (Business Development Officer), Dr Kerushka Pillay (Wildlife in Trade Programmer: Training Coordinator)
JCB SINCE 1945 We’ve always looked for better ways to keep JCB at the cutting edge of innovation. Today, JCB has some of the finest engineering facilities across the globe, producing a range of over 300 machines. Building the best is in our DNA and the same engineering heritage, innovative design, quality and expertise that you can trust, can be found in JCB SAFETY FOOTWEAR.
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