Because manufacturing is one of our country’s main industries, there are many different factory spaces available that cater for all business types across South Africa. From small units catering to the bargain retail sector, to large scale industrial factories that require minimal residential interference and special zoning regulations, our team of experiences consultants have dealt with them all.
Whether you are looking for an existing building, a new development that is currently under construction or a new development opportunity in the pipeline, using our data management system that is updated in real-time, our team of experienced consultants will be able to match the perfect space for you.
As the industrial sector has grown, dedicated spaces suited to a variety of industry processes have become available across South Africa. From light industrial to heavier production, processing and manufacturing, as well as power plants and storage premises. Industrial property in South Africa comprises a variety of buildings designed to offer space, special facilities and ideal conditions.
Why choose a Galetti Corporate Real Estate factory consultant?
Our team of consultants stay up to date on new and upcoming factories across South Africa, allowing us to find new development opportunities as they arise.
In addition to helping you secure your ideal factory, our consultants will help you understand exactly how much space you need, whether a newer or more established building would be more suitable and how to position your company to get the best manufacturing strategy.
Tips for choosing the best factory
Consider your zoning and permits required as well as labour force
Manufacturing usually requires special permits and skilled labour, certain areas are specifically designed to cater for the heavier industry with licences granted for noxious use and more environmentally impactful considerations like noise pollution and toxic chemicals transported to and from site. Labour is a very important consideration here as you will need to ensure that you aren’t competing for labour and secondly that the area isn’t badly impacted by industrial action.
Be aware of the work you’ll be doing
You will need to take into account the nature of the materials you’ll be working with in your factory. The property you choose should be well suited to handle chemicals, flammable materials, and other objects if that is the nature of the goods you’re manufacturing.
Analyse the space within your factory
Carefully plan how much space you’ll need. Does the factory you are looking at have room for expansion as your business grows? Does the space have room for additional equipment you might need?
Regardless of whether you’re in need of a factory to rent or buy, our team of experienced consultants we will help you source the perfect property for your business requirements.