All the founders have various types of experience since they all worked for different companies, which are both manufacturing and service sectors. They each bring to the table different personal qualities that will complement one another as they manage and grow the company.
Inocentia Ramaimela received her National Diploma in Industrial engineering from University of Johannesburg in 2011. She has worked with Council for Scientific and Industrial Research on different sub projects falling within the scope of Umbrella project, which focused on the fields of Humanitarian Logistics and Humanitarian Operations Research for a period of six weeks. She also worked with Global Material Technologies, a company which manufactures low carbon metallic friction fibers, chips for concrete reinforcement and consumer products. Inocentia then joined the South African Post Office, were she worked as an intern for a period of one year on number of projects, one being continuous improvement. She is currently employed at South African Revenue Service as an Industrial Engineer, where she is exposed to project design, implementation, post implementation and continuous improvements.
Mandisi M Manci received his National Diploma in Industrial Engineering in 2012 from the University of Johannesburg. He is currently working at Transnet Rail Engineering under supply chain, planning for production of trains. His daily activities include using SAP to ensure accurate and timeous processing of production orders, manage inventory and the logistics and planning involved in producing a train. Before moving to Transnet Rail Engineering Mandisi worked at Bridgestone South Africa Brits Plant for 7 months. His daily duties were to come up with kaizen (continuous improvement), do Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), determine capacity of machines and ensuring quality (5S) and Suru Raku (Smooth Operation. He has also worked for the South African Post Office from 06/09/2010 – 22/07/2011 where his responsibilities were to Measure and improve business performance to enhance productivity, Improve quality service by increasing delivery speed, Scrutinize the processes of arrivals and dispatches of mail in order to improve security and speed of mail to mention just a few.
Helario Ramosapi, also an Industrial Engineer. He graduated at the University of Johannesburg in the year 2010. He did his training at Actom MV Switch gear in 2009 and is still working there to date as a permanent employee. He then proceeded to do his B-tech in the same field within the same institution. He joined forces with other Industrial Engineers in pursuing projects involving layout designs and lean manufacturing, 5S, SOP developments, standardization of work, and also line balancing methods.