Unveiling the plaque at the official opening of the Imperial Logistics Academy in Germiston are, from left: Mark Lamberti, CEO of Imperial Holdings; Colette Wessels, training and development executive for Imperial; and Maphefo Anno Frempong, CEO of the Transport SETA.
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Imperial takes training to another level

The background to the new R20-million Imperial Logistics Academy recently opened in Germiston is perhaps best explained by the fact that the CEO of Imperial Holdings, Mark Lamberti, is heading off to Harvard University in February next year for the

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