Inanda Greens Office Park,

Johannesburg, South Africa

Facilitating International Business

€ 1,00 / R 17,42 *

Inanda Greens Office Park,

Johannesburg, South Africa

HBC-SA Board

Established in 1992, the Holland Business Chamber Southern Africa, formerly known as the Southern African Netherlands Chamber of Commerce (SANEC) is a member-based organisation that has for aim, the promotion of economic and bilateral trade relations between Southern Africa and the Netherlands. HBC SA strongly believes that bilateral trade has a pre-eminent role in the economic boost of the SADC region.

Through our network of over 1000 contacts, that comprises of SMEs, multinationals, government entities, chambers of commerce, NGOs and start-ups in the Netherlands and SADC region that HBC SA offers its members and contacts, the most adequate and unique platform to enrich their network. HBC strives to continuously remain the key facilitator when it comes to providing various services to its extensive network aiming at facilitating bilateral trade between Southern Africa and the Netherlands. Thanks to our undeniable knowledge, substantial experience, and our intricate network, HBC SA benefits from an exclusive position that enables us to assist Dutch companies in creating and developing business in Southern Africa.

Joining HBC’s network is joining an invaluable business network that facilitates business-support, -partnerships, -services and -projects for Dutch companies & affiliates operating in Southern Africa. We keep your business connected to new opportunities and with specific knowledge and expertise.

Board Members

Paul Cox

Managing Director, Vopak
Chairman of the HBC-SA Board

Frank Burgers

Director, Mazars

Gerrit van Loo

Managing Director, Heineken

Romulen Pillay

Managing Director, Philips

Hloniphizwe Mtolo

Chairman, Shell

Thabo Khunyeli

Regional Manager, Royal HaskoningDHV

Wouter Vermeulen

General Manager, KLM/Air France

H.E. Han Peters

H.E Ambassador of the Netherlands to South Africa
Advisor to the HBC-SA Board