Global manufacturers are enhancing their supply chain networks for efficiency and innovation.
11 Jul 2013 11:50
As the new fuel prices loom, bringing South Africa to its highest recorded fuel price, companies heavily invested in distribution need to manage and reduce logistics costs.
By Grant Marshbank 4 Jul 2013 12:30
The petrol price decrease of 28 cents a litre‚ which takes effect from Wednesday, 6 November, because of an improved rand against the dollar and lower oil prices‚ is expected to offer relief to deeply indebted consumers.
By Evan Pickworth 4 Nov 2013 08:52
The Cape Town International Airport has completed the upgrade of its cargo division at a cost of R18m in a bid to streamline its cargo operations.
By Bekezela Phakathi 30 Oct 2013 07:46
Sandown Motor Holdings recently handed over 134 bus units of 0500M Euro V city bus chassis to the City of Johannesburg at the launch of BRT Phase 1B. The chassis supplied by Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) are made up of 93 complimentary buses and 41 articulated buses.
21 Oct 2013 14:14
SA was the only country in the Brics bloc that did not have a maritime policy or strategy and that owned no ships‚ Transport Minister Dipuo Peters noted in the annual report of her department.
By Linda Ensor 9 Oct 2013 10:45
President Jacob Zuma has signed into law the Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Bill - paving the way for e-tolling, the presidency said on Wednesday, 25 September.
26 Sep 2013 08:40
On 1 January 2013, the Motor Industry Development Programme (MIDP), which was initiated by the South African Government in September 1995 to improve the international competitiveness of the local vehicle manufacturing industry, was replaced by the Automotive Production and Development Programme (APDP), which introduced a greater focus on volume and employment growth.
21 Sep 2013 10:00
A ship carrying 3,500 head of cattle, goats and sheep will leave the country on Tuesday (10 September) for the island paradise of Mauritius - and the slaughterhouse - despite an outcry over "inhumane" livestock exports.
10 Sep 2013 06:17
Faster transformation is needed in the maritime industry because black people are still largely excluded from this sector, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said.
5 Sep 2013 11:53
When female ragged-tooth shark Kay was released back into the ocean off Gordon's Bay - after a four-year sojourn at the Two Oceans Aquarium - IMPERIAL Truck Rental was proud to play a role in her heartwarming homecoming.
Issued by IMPERIAL Logistics 8 Jul 2013 13:34
The petrol price is expected to increase by 84 cents a litre, the Department of Energy said on Friday.
28 Jun 2013 14:33
Rivalry between African ports may not be a reality for some time to come, with demand almost always exceeding supply. But the pace of new transhipment port developments has increased, which may give Transnet's Ngqura port in the Eastern Cape something to be concerned about.
27 Jun 2013 07:36
Sales of motor vehicles surprised analysts in May and figures compiled by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa) and released by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) indicated on Monday (3 June) that sales had risen 7.5%.
4 Jun 2013 08:42
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