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Concargo: How We Made It Into Africa (Video)

by David on December 20, 2010

Greg Tighe, Director of Global Projects for Concargo Group, discusses some of the opportunities and challenges that logistics companies face when conquering the African market.

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by David on October 6, 2010

FROM: Thursday, 20 September 2012 TO: Friday, 21 September 2012 LOCATION: Durban, South Africa CONTACT: Transport Events Management Limited WEB SITE: EMAIL: PHONE: +60 87 426 022 FAX: +60 87 426 223

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by David on October 5, 2010

FROM: Thursday, 28 October 2010 TO: Friday, 29 October 2010 LOCATION: Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa DESCRIPTION: Intermodal Africa is the largest Ports, Shipping and Logistics Exhibition and Conference event on the African continent – now in its 8th successful year! The 8th Intermodal Africa 2010 is honored to be hosted by Transnet […]

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Time for into Africa drivers to twitter

by David on October 3, 2010

To twitter is to send out brief text messages (limited to 140 characters) via the Internet using cell phones or handheld computers. Top twitters up to now have tended to be celebrities updating their fans on their moment-to-moment experiences. For transporters into Africa, it’s time to start twittering to one another, communicating real-time bulletins on […]

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How we made it in Africa

by David on September 9, 2010

Transporting goods across Africa can be challenging, and without the necessary experience, logistics companies could face some serious delays. How we made it in Africa spoke to Greg Tighe, Concargo’s Director: Global Projects – Worldwide Operations, about dealing with these difficulties and the rising demand for goods to be transported from South Africa into the […]

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Transport Costs

by David on September 7, 2010

Why are transport costs in Africa among the highest in the world? Some of the factors contributing to the high costs of transporting into Southern Africa are the distances, condition of the roads, border fees and the cost and availability of fuel. The maintenance costs on your truck, tractors and trailer equipment is generally a […]

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