About The Affinity Group
The Affinity Group can rethink your Value Added Services offering and turn it into a multi-million rand year on year saving. To us, Road Side Assistance is not just a service – it is an industry that we dream of completely revolutionising. The Affinity Group is driven ... More Details »
Combined Automotive SolutionsTM (Pty) Ltd ("CAS") was founded in 2007 with the aim of improving the value, efficacy and reliability of the service offering in this motor vehicle salvage industry.
Its primary objective being to deliver motor vehicle salvage solutions that will supply ... More Details »
Fleet Services 24 is a unique service offered by the leading motor fleet and trucking industry underwriting managing company, 1 Commercial Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd (incorporating Absolute Underwriting Managers).
The service provides inter-alia motor fleet risk and vehicle accident management ... More Details »
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Looking4spares, was established after many years of phoning scrapyards and parts dealers when trying to locate automotive spares and used auto parts for different types of vehicles. We have simplified the process for you, and removed the frustration of phoning scrapyard after scrapyard, ... More Details »
SMD is South Africa's premier provider of specialist, automotive salvage management solutions. Combining technologically advanced salvage management systems, a superior knowledge of the salvage industry, highly trained and professional staff and a solid track record in automotive salvage management, ... More Details »
The name given to an ordinary surplus treaty, which means that the surplus must be allotted to the treaty first and in priority to any other surplus reinsurance treaty. Sometimes a second surplus treaty, and a third surplus treaty are in place and these would receive a share of the surplus only after the first surplus treaty had received the full amount to which it was entitled.