WORKING BETTER

PROVIDING FIRST CLASS LOGISTICS SERVICES IN AFRICA

ABOUT US

The business has gone from strength to strength, growing quickly in both its geographical coverage and variety of services offered to clients. As of January 2020, the Group employs over 750 personnel, delivers services across fourteen countries and is poised for significant further expansion.

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VISION

“TO BE KNOWN AS THE COMPANY THAT MAKES AFRICA WORK BETTER”

MISSION

“TO ENABLE OUR CUSTOMERS TO WORK BETTER”

CASE STUDIES

BALL MILL

SA to TZ

We moved two 17-ton ball mill ends from South Africa to Shanta Gold’s site in Chunya, Mbeya, Tanzania.

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TBL BARRELS

Dar to Mbeya

Transported enormous brewery barrels to TBL’s (Tanzania Breweries Limited) new brewery site in Mbeya.

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CAROIL RIG MOVE

To Mnazi Bay

Contracted by Caroil to move its onshore oil Rig 6 from Mtwara, Tanzania 75 kms south to Mnazi Bay, Tanzania.

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HAZCHEM

TZ to Malawi

Transported the hazardous chemical Hydrogen Peroxide for Protea Mining Chemicals to Malawi.

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OUR CUSTOMERS

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