Month: Jun 2021

Without Well-Maintained Roads, South Africa Stops

Without Well-Maintained Roads, South Africa Stops

The Road Freight Association (RFA) is deeply concerned at the deteriorating state of South Africa’s roads and the severe consequences of this. In a recently-released report titled “South Africa’s Road Construction Industry – A Regional Look” by consulting company Frost & Sullivan, it was stated that more than half (54%) […]

Supply chain gaps intensify warehouse demand

Supply chain gaps intensify warehouse demand

Scarcely one year since moving into its 16,152 square metre state-of-the-art warehousing facility in Durban, Rhenus South Africa is expanding its storage space and diversifying its warehouse operations. Its Durban warehouse space has grown by a massive 53 percent in just two years. Increased demand for warehouse space, as well […]

Engen Diesel Club shows truckers some love

Engen Diesel Club shows truckers some love

The Engen Diesel Club (EDC) is prioritising the needs of the trucking community this month by distributing hampers to long-haul drivers to maximize their comfort and safety whilst on the road. Living the ethos of #Engencares, the EDC has prioritised driver safety and wellness for the trucking community for decades. […]

How robust batteries can keep the rail industry on track

How robust batteries can keep the rail industry on track

South Africa has the largest rail network on the continent, spanning more than 21 000km. Even though the rail industry struggles as infrastructure needs repairs and replacement, rail transport remains an efficient way to move goods and passengers across the country. In addition, President Ramaphosa says that rail transport is […]