South Africa Self-Storage Operator Stor-Age Spotlights Facility Managers in New Blog

Stor-Age Property REIT Ltd., which operates 37 self-storage facilities in South Africa, has launched a new blog to spotlight its facility managers. Titled, “A Day in the Life of a Stor-Age Manager,” it provides insight to the employees’ daily duties as well as their thoughts about the role they play in the company.

Stor-Age Property REIT Ltd., which operates 37 self-storage facilities in South Africa, has launched a new blog to spotlight its facility managers. Titled, “A Day in the Life of a Stor-Age Manager,” it provides insight to the employees’ daily duties as well as their thoughts about the role they play in the company.

“We asked a number of Stor-Age managers to tell us about their day-to-day life at Stor-Age,” the first blog states. “Over the next few weeks, you will get a chance to gain insights from staff from all walks of life across South Africa, as they detail how they feel about their jobs and what makes them tick.”

The series began in February with a blog about Matthews Mogale, a manager at Stor-Age Midrand in Johannesburg. Other managers spotlighted in the series thus far include Sasha Lategan (Pretoria), Kea Masera (Cape Town) and Taufiq Palmer (Cape Town). The blogs focus on how the managers handle their varied tasks, their customer-service philosophies and how they feel about their jobs at the end of the day.

Stor-Age became South Africa’s first self-storage real estate investment trust listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in November. Headquartered in Cape Town, it operates self-storage facilities in six South African cities. Established in 2006 by the Lucas family, it is the operator appointed by Stor-Age Property Fund Managers Pty. Ltd. to manage and market the property portfolio owned by Stor-Age Property Holdings Pty. Ltd.

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