LOGISTICS ‘Value for money’ trumps ‘low cost’ when assessing logistics partners
In one of his popular Discworld novels, author Terry Pratchett introduces the “boots” theory of economics.
18 Mar 2014
Mahindra targets Africa for business expansion Entry into Africa
The Mahindra Group, one of India’s leading business houses, has its sights firmly set on the African continent as part of its ongoing expansion programme.
02 Jul 2013
Hino Trucks and Busmark in new joint venture Light alloy bus body used on truck chassis
Hino SA, together with long standing supplier Busmark 2000, have developed a new range of Hino 300-based buses.
03 May 2013
Ford adds style to the 1-ton van market New levels of style and functionality set the bar
Ford South Africa has brought new levels of style, driver appeal and functionality to the one-tonne commercial vehicle market with its Transit Custom model
26 Apr 2013
Van Reenen's Pass arrestor beds warning Necessary maintenance to take place
Van Reenen's Pass on the N3 toll route is in the news again, this time with a warning from the N3 Toll Commission that it will be doing necessary maintenance on the two arrestor beds.
12 Apr 2013
GMSA shows new bakkie range Sixth-generation model for Isuzu
The Isuzu KB has a long and proud legacy in South Africa, and the all-new sixth-generation model featured prominently on the 2013 African Adventure recently.
10 Apr 2013
RFA elects new office bearers Threefold focus for new team at RFA
Directors of the Road Freight Association (RFA) have elected a new team of office bearers for a two-year term
19 Mar 2013
Production of new Isuzu bakkie under way GMSA starts production of 6th generation Isuzu KB
General Motors South Africa (GMSA) has started production on the sixth-generation Isuzu KB (D-Max elsewhere) range of bakkies and double cabs
07 Mar 2013
Road safety training for school kids Imperial turns focus to learners
When it comes to teaching children about road safety, Imperial Logistics has set an example. after they recently hosted fun and interactive road safety events at schools.
30 Jan 2013
Severe flooding in Limpopo Truckers warned about Limpopo floods, escaped crocodiles
Due to severe flooding, most of the low-level bridges crossing the Limpopo River have been closed, the Road Freight Association said.
21 Jan 2013
Operators applaud RTMS Way to go
Self-regulation for truck and bus operators in South Africa, as stipulated in the Road Transport Management System, is working well for those companies that have accepted the challenge.
14 Jan 2013
Strike halts produce delivery Urgent solutions needed
The farm workers' strike unfolding in the farmlands of the Western Cape, which has disrupted the movement of vehicles along the N1 and the delivery of farm produce, is set to continue today.
10 Jan 2013
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