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  • Tambo-Springs container terminal briefing moves ahead as Transnet offers zoning assurances

    06 Jul 2016

    A held this week for potential bidders for a proposed inland Tambo Springs container terminal, earmarked for development as a public-private partnership (PPP) in eastern Gauteng. State- owned freight logistics group Transnet issued a request for proposals (RFP) in June, inviting suitably qualified global logistics service providers to design, build, operate, maintain and eventually hand over the inland container terminal. Transnet reports that it has secured 35 ha to accommodate the PPP project, which has been designed to handle 50-wagon trains initially, rising to 75-wagon train as demand rises.

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  • Transnet invites private sector bids to build and operate new Gauteng inland port

    02 Jun 2016

    Stated-owned freight logistics utility Transnet has issued a request for proposals (RFP) inviting private logistics companies to design, build, operate, maintain, and eventually hand over an inland container terminal, earmarked for Tambo-Springs, in eastern Gauteng.

    Stated-owned freight logistics utility Transnet has issued a request for proposals (RFP) inviting private logistics companies to design, build, operate, maintain and eventually hand over an inland container terminal, earmarked for Tambo-Springs, in eastern Gauteng. The 20-year concession would be

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  • BREAKING NEWS

    26 May 2016

    Transnet proceeding with the development of rail terminal at Tambo Springs - RFP to be advertised in Sunday Times - 29 May 2016.

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  • Transport is key to changing lives

    26 May 2016

    Safe, integrated transport empowers people, touches lives and connects families and communities, writes Ismael Vadi.

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  • Transnet signs major deal with DBSA

    11 May 2016

    TRANSPORT and freight logistics parastatal Transnet has signed a multibillion-rand deal with the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) to provide funding and expertise for its private sector participation programme.

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  • Tambo Springs to become largest inland port in Africa - MEC

    03 May 2016

    The proposed Tambo Springs Inland Port and Logistics Gateway is expected to be the largest inland port in Africa once completed, Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Dr Ismail Vadi has said.

    Speaking at a post-Budget Vote media briefing, in Johannesburg, he indicated that the project’s development was progressing well and that it would come on stream in 2017, as Johannesburg’s current inland port City Deep reached capacity.

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  • Ekurhuleni budget maintains ‘pro-poor’stance

    01 Apr 2016

    In an attempt to maintain a pro-poor stance on public spending aimed at improving social development, the City of Ekurhuleni will inject R3.5-billion of its 2016 budget into its community empowerment package, Mintirho Ya Vula Vula.

    Further, R100-million had been set aside for the installation of bulk infrastructure to enable new development.  Key developments in this corridor included Tambo Springs Inland Port and the new PRASA manufacturing plant in Dunnottar near Nigel.

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  • Building Sustainable Secure Futures

    17 Nov 2015

    Ekurhuleni set to soar

    Tambo Springs Inland Port, which is one of three Super Corridors that will be developed overtime by Transnet, involves the development of mixed-use retail-commercial facilities, bulk-bonded warehouse facilities, and agro-processing facilities phase one will start construction in June 2016.

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  • Manufacturing sector needs support

    30 Jun 2015

    Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality

    Plans have also started in earnest for the construction of the R8.5 bn OR Tambo Springs Inland Port, linking Ekurhuleni’s manufacturing hubs to OR Tambo International Airport and the port of Durban.

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  • Partnerships the best route

    18 Jun 2015

    Last month’s memorandum of understanding signed between Transnet and the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) to accelerate private-sector participation in its R300m market demand strategy may signal that the logistics company is making good on promises of real partnerships.

    More recently, the state-owned logistics company has identified a number of diversified opportunities for private participation in its rail operations. These include the
    manganese common-user loading facility in the Northern Cape, the Grootvlei coal loading facility in Mpumalanga and the Tambo Springs inland container terminal to be built
    in Ekurhuleni, in Gauteng.

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  • Inland ports can stay – South African Revenue Service

    06 Nov 2013

    South African Revenue Service extends an olive branch to the freight and logistics industry by guaranteeing that inland ports can continue.

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  • Ekurhuleni signs MOU to become Gauteng's Freight, Logistics Solution

    29 Oct 2013

    In a move that is set to turnaround Ekurhuleni’s high unemployment rate, promote inclusive economic growth and development, the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality will become Gauteng’s Inland Port – a major project for freight transport in view of expected increase in demand for freight movement.

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  • Tambo Springs Inland Port to create jobs

    28 Oct 2013

    Gauteng has embarked on an ambitious project that will probably be the home to the biggest inland port in Southern Africa.

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  • Location Dynamics for Distribution Centres in Johannesburg

    04 Oct 2013

    Demand for distribution and warehousing is likely to be driven by the imminent positive growth trajectory in the African continent, Gauteng’s massive population growth and resulting goods demand as well as the anticipated freight growth moved through the Durban-Gauteng corridor.

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  • Focus to fall on City Deep, Tambo Springs - MEC

    30 May 2013

    In the current financial year, the Gauteng Roads and Transport Department would focus its attention on the City deep freight terminal and to further planning for the Tambo Springs inland port, Gauteng MEC for Roads and Public Transport Ismail Vadi said on Thursday.

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  • Address by Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane on the occasion of the opening of the Gauteng Legislature, Johannesburg

    25 Feb 2013

    The first phase of the City Deep / Kaserne terminal expansion and roads upgrade is underway at the continent's largest and busiest container terminal.

    Detailed planning work, including feasibility studies and the development of master plans, are underway for the Tambo Springs Inland Port, the Vaal Logistics Hub and West Rand Freight and Logistics Hub.

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  • Gauteng's Own Port

    08 Oct 2010

    Inframx MD, Willie Els, says that the project has the potential to put Gauteng's entire logistics capability into a new and far more efficient era and to create thousans of jobs whilst stimulating the area's GDP.

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  • Tambo Springs Dry Port

    17 Sep 2010

    Property Developer Inframx Holdings, although Cape-based operates nationally, and is currently busy with an initiative aimed at making the country's major inland port a 'next generation' one that will service the entire country by "putting Gauteng's entire logistics capability into a new and far more efficient era and creating thousands of jobs, while at the same time stimulating the area's GDP," said Inframx MD Dr Willie Else in SA Property News.

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  • Next Generation Inland Port

    08 Sep 2010

    The accelerated growth of the Asian economics is due in part to their use of a new development model that does not seek incremental growth as part of a traditional approach.

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  • Gauteng's clogged arteries hamper export growth

    01 Sep 2010

    The supply chain in and out of the country's main trade of Gauteng is growing old and creaky - with this year's Transnet strike highlighting just how quickly this artery gets blocked up.

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  • Gauteng T&L Spring Ahead

    08 Aug 2010

    Tambo Springs next generation inland port and logistics, gateway promises to be a catalyst for job creation and economic developement.

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  • The end of the bleak economic winter

    20 Jul 2010

    I recently attended a fascinating presentation by Franco Eleuteri, a South African-born resident of the US who has partnered with Inframax Holdings to develop 1200 hectares of land south of Johannesburg into the next generation inland port and logistics gateway.

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  • Major new logistics port mooted for Johannesburg

    09 Jun 2010

    Inframax Holdings, the Cape based property developers who operate nationally, are making use of a vast tract of land which they acquired some years ago to develop a "next generation" inland port and logistics gateway.

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  • Inframax Project to take the fraught out of freight

    06 Jun 2010

    INFRAMAX HOLDINGS, the Cape-based property developer that operates nationally, is using a vast tract of land which it acquired some years ago to develop a "next-generation" inland port and logistics gate­way to service Joburg, Gauteng and southern Africa.

    Inframax managing director Willie Els says the project has the potential to put Gauteng's logistics capability into a new and far more efficient era and to create thousands of jobs while stimulating the area'

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  • New Gateway set to revolutionise Gauteng's freight services.

    04 Jun 2010

    Inframax Holdings, the Cape based property developers who operate nationally, are making use of a vast tract of land which they acquired some years ago to develop a "next generation" inland logistics gateway to service Johannesburg, Gauteng and Southern Africa
    Inframax MD, Dr Willie Els, says that the project has the potential to put Gauteng's entire logistics capability into a new and far more efficient era and to create thousands of jobs whilst simulator GDP.

     

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  • Construction on proposed Joburg multimodal inland port to start next year

    28 May 2010

    Anew multimodal inland port and logis- tics gateway, aimed at servicing Gauteng and the rest of Southern Africa, is to be developed near Johannesburg over the next ten years, with the first R1-billion phase set to start early next year.

    Cape-based property developer Inframax Holdings says the new facility – to be called Tambo Springs – will be built on a 630-ha site situated 25 km south-east of the Johannesburg central business district. The company plans to add at least a further 600 ha to this site over time.

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  • South Africa: Construction on Johannesburg Multimodal Inland Port

    28 May 2010

    Anew multimodal inland port and logis- tics gateway, aimed at servicing Gauteng and the rest of Southern Africa, is to be developed near Johannesburg over the next ten years, with the first R1- billion phase set to start early next year.

    Cape-based property developer Inframax Holdings says the new facility — to be called Tanibo Springs — will be built on a 630-ha site situated 25 km south-east of the Johannesburg central business district. The company plans to add at least a further 600 ha to this site over time.

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  • Construction on proposed Joburg Multimodal inland port to start next year

    28 May 2010

    Anew rnultimodal inland port and logis- tics gateway, aimed at servicing Gauteng and the rest of Southern Africa, is to be developed near Johannesburg over the next ten years, with the first R1-billion phase set to start early next year.

    Cape-based property developer Infrannax Holdings says the new facility - to be called Tarnbo Springs - will be built on a 630-ha site situated 25 km south-east of the Johannesburg central business district. The company plans to add at least a further 600 ha to this site over time.

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