It is with great excitement that Caravan & Outdoor Life can announce that there is a new company in the South African caravan, camping and outdoor industry.
The registered company (currently trading under the name LeisureWorld) was created by 17 caravan dealerships across the country working together – with most of the involved dealerships also being shareholders.
Under the managing directorship of Jan Serfontein and Arnold Prosch, this new company wants to ensure caravan ownerships that their beloved leisure vehicles are still in good hands, that caravans can still be serviced, and repairs and new parts are available. THIS INCLUDES JURGENS CI CARAVANS!
LeisureWorld has already secured import and export permits for caravan parts and camping equipment, and have built a relationship between all suppliers of parts and accessories, which means that everything that was supplied in the past (from local and international sources) is still available.
LeisureWorld are making their own dies for extrusions, and are importing the raw materials to produce plywood locally.
For further questions and queries, contact your nearest dealer. Or you can contact Caravan & Outdoor Life on the form at the bottom of the page. Our editor will try and respond as soon as possible.
The following dealers are active members of the LeisureWorld group:
Cara-Camp (Somerset West, WC)
Northern Natal 4×4 & Caravans (Newcastle, KZN)
Natal Caravans & Marine (Pinetown, KZN)
Midlands Caravans (Pietermaritzburg, KZN)
Kempton Caravans (Germiston, GP)
Loftus Caravans (Randburg, GP)
Kennis Caravans (Roodepoort, GP)
Pretoria Caravans (Pretoria, GP)
Clarendon Caravans (Springs, GP)
Benoni Caravans (Benoni, GP)
GC Caravans (Witbank, MP)
Middelburg Caravans (Middelburg, MP)
Bloemwa (Bloemfontein, FS)
Eastern Cape Caravans (Port Elizabeth, EC)
Kimberley Caravans (Kimberley, NC)
Tygerberg Caravans (Brackenfell, WC)
Bushwhackers (Swakopmund, Namibia)