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We would not be able to achieve our objectives without the support of our sponsors and partners. We would like to show appreciation to DHL Express for their contribution to the NSRI as first a Platinum Partner and now a Strategic Partner.We would like to make a little noise for our Strategic Partner DHL Express, which has supported the NSRI in various ways since 2013. The contribution made by DHL since then has been invaluable, as they service our courier needs locally and from time to time overseas as well.Recently they shipped our Gath Helmets from Australia – these are critical for our volunteers and form part of the personal protective equipment they need for carrying out rescues and training. DHL is currently shipping mission-critical electronic equipment from the UK for our ORC (Offshore Rescue Craft) project.Over and above all the shipping they do for us, DHL also further assisted us get the “Team Sea Rescue” cycle shirt project off the ground by sponsoring their production. Additional contributions include their sponsorship of the printing of our annual Integrated Report, our Station Commanders Conference jackets, and our Cape Town Golf Day.Thank you DHL Express, your support of Sea Rescue as a Strategic Partner over the last seven years has been of tremendous value, and we look forward to more collaborations in the future.If you would like to support the NSRI as a Corporate Partner contact Stuart Moerdyk on 021 434 4011 or email
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