AT HL Hall & Sons we're proud of our 120 year business history.
But we're not trapped in it.
We're focused on the present, and on building a prosperous future: for our customers, our people, the community. And yes, for our shareholders too, but we'll only be able to do this if we get it right in the market place, in the workplace, and in the communities in which we leave our footprints.
So the only thing old-fashioned about Halls right now is our values, and our commitment to building a resilient, long term future through creating shared value. We're relentless about performance. But we don't believe there has to be a choice between delivering exceptional performance and making the right investments in the wellbeing of our people and our planet.
To deliver the success we strive for in our fresh produce, property and new
investment businesses means we're going to need to break some of the old
rules. Create some new ones. We recognise that if we don't like change,
we're going to like irrelevance even less. And as a family business, at
Halls we like the idea of shaping the future with the seventh generation
In 1890 our founder Hugh Lanion Hall defied conventional wisdom
and started commercial farming outside Nelspruit. The critics said it
would never work. He proved them wrong. Please explore this site to
find out more about how Halls is continuing this tradition of innovation
and forging new frontiers in 2012 and beyond.