Isilo Steel Proprietary Limited was formed in February 2017, and the ownership deal was concluded in June 2017. In terms of the transactions, Isilo Investments acquired 51.12% in Isilo Steel. This has resulted in Isilo Steel being >51% black owned, with >30% being black women owned. Isilo Steel, as a black empowered business, seeks to ensure its trading model remains relevant to the rapidly changing steel environment. By diversifying our approach to the South African steel consumer, we aim to grow our customer base as opportunities present themselves. In addition to price and service, Isilo Steel will positively impact its customers’ B-BBEE ratings in relation to procurement because of its B-BBEE shareholding
Millicent has worked for entities such as Investec Bank in the Group marketing division (between 1997-1999) and she subsequently joined Athletics South Africa in a marketing function prior to joining Vunani in 2002. She has had a wide range of responsibilities across Vunani.
Michael is established with 15 years of commercial experience within the Steel Industry. The foundation of his career originated with Highveld Steel, where he attained essential leadership roles within the organisation. His astute expertise within the Steel Industry emanates from his extensive exposure to commercial management coupled with a strong leadership profile.
Diane Gaskin is an expert in business development and strategic planning. Currently responsible for managing all major aspect of the Business Support Centre as Managing Director. The Business Support Centre was established in 1996 to assist small and emerging entrepreneurs.
Isilo Steel is a proudly South African, black owned steel trading and high volume steel procurement company offering many value add services to our clientele, operating within the steel industry in South Africa. The primary focus of the company is on using our detailed knowledge of steel products and the unique supply and production nuances derived from years of working closely with local and foreign suppliers, to fulfil the function of in-bound supply chain for steel-consuming business that may not be sufficiently geared or skilled to manage this process on their own.
Isilo Steel targets managed-risk “blue chip” volume users of steel. These clients would typically require a product and supply chain solution for their volume requirements – complemented by a reliable short lead time solution for their occasional unplanned requirements. We assume responsibility for the buying process and relieve our clients off the stress and inconvenience associated with this. Our years of experience and social capital aid us in simplifying the buying and distribution process, particularly with respect to Mill Orders. We also supply lower volume users of steel in various Industries, particularly on the Structural Steel side.
We supply this in cold form with special Mill deals and buy outs. Isilo Steel has access to value-add services and as such can supply cold rolled material in coil form, sheet cut-to-length, and slit.
Isilo Steel supplies a wide range of Galvanised material in coil form, in sheet form, and in slits and / blanks. With this product we service various industries which use in particular, galvanized slits and flat sheets. We also supply galvanized roofing raw material and can supply the finished roofing product (IBR and Corrugated)
This is also supplied in coil form, sheet, slits, blanks, and plate (5mm and thicker) in various grades and specifications. Material available through direct Mill orders and buy out orders.
Through our strong relationships with local and International Steel manufacturers, we are able to supply a very wide range of structural steel products. These include Universal Beams and Columns, Light and heavy Channel, Light and heavy angle iron, flat bar, tubing, and Lipped Channel, to mention but a few. Any steel items not on our primary product list are made available on enquiry
Tel: +27 (0) 11 861 7758 / 7612
Fax: +27 (0) 11 861 7611
PO Box 124396, Alrode, Gauteng, South Africa, 1451
Erf 24, Farm Waterval M61, Kliprivier, Gauteng, South Africa, 1871