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Fuel price jumps up in Level 3 lockdown

The price of fuel for the month of May has been the lowest this year, however, this all changes...

1 day ago

Motor licencing, driver's licence services open to customers

As communicated on Friday, 29 May 2020, the City of Cape Town will start reopening some of its driving license testing centres and motor vehicle licensing offices from 9 June 2020 subject to national and provincial processes...

2 days ago

Mpact expands face shield range - adults, kids, hardhat shields and respiratory masks

The safety of our communities is a top priority for us at Mpact. We have further expanded our face shield range and will be launching a respiratory mask during the course of June; ready for the re-opening of the many industries under Level 3 lockdown...

Issued by Mpact Plastics 29 May 2020

The Covid-19 impact on global shipping and SA's economy

The economic impact of the global lockdown is harshly felt, with the global freight and shipping industry being the biggest casualties...

28 May 2020

Influences of Covid-19 lockdowns in the property and the furniture removal industry

A fair percentage of property owners and even the rental market will need to accommodate a degenerating cashflow as Covid-19's destructive influence starts impacting everyone's pockets over the short and long term...

Issued by SAFR 26 May 2020

E-commerce surge, contactless deliveries throws lifeline to courier industry

In just over a week, the lift of the e-commerce ban by Minister Patel has delivered a potentially life-saving 'U-turn' to the future of several South African industries, most particularly online retail, and the courier, logistics and freight forwarding industry...

25 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: Navigating the new frontier of trade

Dr Greg Cline, head of corporate accounts at Investec for your Business, shares how Covid-19 has impacted the trade industry during these unusual times...

By Robin Fredericks 20 May 2020

Do you know the history of your second hand vehicle?

The South African Motor Body Repairers' Association (SAMBRA) is concerned about the lack of information available to the market with regards to the status of second-hand vehicles...

20 May 2020

Time for freight industry to hit the road and lower its carbon emissions, carbon tax

The nationwide lockdown in South Africa and its associated road travel bans have shown that massive reductions in emissions are possible, which can be continued post-lockdown if the industry...

By Eckart Zollner 18 May 2020

Emirates resumes passenger flights to 9 destinations

Travellers will only be accepted on these flights if they comply with the eligibility and entry criteria requirements of their destination countries...

15 May 2020

RFA calls on government to open all logistics, supply chain sectors

"We urge government to allow the transport and logistics industry and all its sub-sectors to operate fully, with immediate effect. If this does not happen soon, it is going to be even harder for our already weak and ailing economy to recover."

15 May 2020

SA's automotive industry opens up for business

Effective immediately, the South African motor industry is able to start selling vehicles once again...

13 May 2020

Automated guided vehicles for Dahlhausen Medizintechnik

Dahlhausen Medizintechnik GmbH commissioned Jungheinrich to automate its pallet transport between the new incoming goods area and the existing logistics area at its location in Halberstadt...

By Benedikt Nufer, Issued by Jungheinrich South Africa 7 May 2020

Stakeholders urge collaboration, technology to keep essential goods supply chains moving

The Covid-19 pandemic and global lockdowns have challenged Africa's air cargo and logistics stakeholders in recent weeks, but through collaboration, agility and the use of digital technologies, they are ably delivering on their mandate to supply critical goods...

4 May 2020

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