Ask Africa answers Mango - Orange Index ranks airline as top low-cost airline
1 Nov 2010 08:55
Figures released by Transnet on Tuesday 26 October 2010 for the six months to 30 September 2010, show a 7.6% growth in revenue to R18.7 billion. Profit for the period is up 35% to R1.7 billion, reflecting the ongoing productivity improvements throughout the business, which had a positive impact on the return on assets. Cash generated from operations increased by 13.5% to R8.7 billion, demonstrating the company's ability to generate strong and sustainable cash flows.
28 Oct 2010 09:09
The 2010 World Bank Report Connecting to Compete: Trade Logistics in the Global Economy, rates South Africa 28th out of 155 countries on the global Logistics Performance Index (LPI), indicating an increasingly competitive sector, with the potential to outperform much larger, more established economies.
27 Oct 2010 11:50
Cape Town based Stor-Age, reportedly the largest self-storage company in South Africa, has acquired The Storage People (TSP) in Midrand, Johannesburg through financing from Nedbank Corporate Property Finance. The deal is expected to be finalised during November 2010.
26 Oct 2010 10:47
The upcoming SAPICS (The Association for Operations Management of Southern Africa) regional conferences in Cape Town and Durban, taking place in Durban on 28 October 2010 and in Cape Town on 5 November include international change management specialist Dr Sherrie Ford.
22 Oct 2010 14:03
The International Chamber of Commerce has released "Incoterms 2010R: a trend towards international multi-modal transport", which has introduced two new rules, DAT (Delivered at Terminals) and DAP (Delivered at Place).
15 Oct 2010 10:11
Despite signs of stability in world trade, the global shipping industry seems to be headed for the rocks as a result of an oversupply of new ships, low shipping rates and feeble demand for goods around the world.
21 Oct 2009 13:07
Airspace restrictions during the Confederations Cup may affect the aviation industry's day-to-day operations, the SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) said on Wednesday, 27 May 2009.
27 May 2009 14:01
A world-wide skills shortage in the aviation industry may see qualified South Africans being snapped up internationally, the SA Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said on Wednesday 15 April 2009. This could lead to a skills shortage locally, said the organisation.
16 Apr 2009 11:05