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McCarthy Volkswagen - Silver Oaks Crossing



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Established in 1946, Volkswagen Group South Africa is a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Aktiengessellschaft (VWAG) in Germany. It is the largest German investment in South Africa and is a major contributor to foreign direct investment, technology transfer and skills development. Volkswagen Group South Africa is located in Uitenhage, an industrial town some 35 km from Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape.

For generations, Volkswagen Group South Africa has led the pack in the key areas of transformation. We set key targets and measure our success, which is the reason we have such a proud record as a responsible corporate citizen.

McCarthy Volkswagen -  Silver Oaks Crossing

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Latitude -25.7666° S 25.7666° S 25° 45' 59.76" -25° 45.996'
Longitude 28.3583° E 28.3583° E 28° 21' 29.88" 28° 21.498'
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Cnr Hans Strydom & Von Backstrom
Pretoria
Gauteng
0183
South Africa
Phone No.
012 809 8000
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 809 8000

Fax No.
012 809 8044
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 809 8044

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