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Construction kicks off at Tambo Springs Logistics Gateway

Johannesburg, August 2020: Construction of bulk infrastructure has commenced at the Tambo Springs Logistics Gateway. This master development, strategically located on the southern border of the Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni metropolis is directly connected by road and rail corridors between Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Ngqura. It includes industrial, logistics areas, rail access, secure and…

Save money and increase efficiency through bonded warehousing

Cash flow allows an organisation to pursue opportunities that enhance value. This may indeed become tricky when importing the goods required to run a business becomes an expensive and complex process, including costs associated with moving the goods, as well as duties and taxes requiring payment once the goods have arrived and clearing required before collection.…

COVID-19 impact on the cold storage market

CBRE has undertaken a survey to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the cold storage sector. This was completed by operators active in the sector, the purpose of which has been to identify the impact of the pandemic and how the industry has reacted. Impact on demand Whilst the majority of Europe has been in…

Time to launch TAMBO SPRINGS LOGISTICS GATEWAY – ‘Next Generation’ Inland Port, Gauteng

As a key role player in the industry, we thought it was time you received an update on the imminent launch of Tambo Springs. There is a lot of hype in the industry around logistics and inland port locations. Tambo Springs is currently the only location in SA that has all the necessary approvals to…

Coffee with the Editor interview – Ralph Mills

Coffee with the editor interview with newly appointed Transnet Engineering Chief Executive – Ralph Mills

Land logistics the best thing for Africa – US transport expert

18 May 2020 – by Liesl Venter – Logistics gateways and transportation corridors are by far the best formula for success in Africa. This is according to American-based transport and logistics specialist Franco Eleuteri who says that intermodal rail can provide the backbone of a plan focused on economic development on the continent. Eleuteri told…

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