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Pargo partners with Spar and the Lewis Group

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Pargo, South Africa’s leading smart logistics platform, today announced their partnership with Spar and the Lewis Group to become the largest pick-up point network in South Africa with over 2000 stores. People can now use selected Spar, Lewis, Beares and Best Home and Electric stores as parcel drop-off and pick-up points. The partnership allows Pargo to further strengthen their already extensive network, especially in the more rural regions in the country where parcel delivery is particularly challenging and can be very expensive.

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Piggyback Aches and Pains

There is so much focus on warehousing, retail, agriculture and production materials handling that one area is often neglected in overall planning, and that is truck mounted forklifts. There are a handful of brands catering to this specific niche, like Moffett, Palfinger, and Loadmac to name a few.

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SA motor industry holding up well in turbulent economic environment

The South African motor industry is holding up surprisingly well in a tough economicenvironment that is being exacerbated by political turmoil. This is the opinion of renowned economics commentator Dr Azar Jammine, Director and Chief Economist at Econometrix. He made this statement when addressing guests at the launch breakfast for Automechanika Johannesburg recently.

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Cargo Carriers encourages health and safety excellence

Cargo Carriers, South Africa’s premium transportation, logistics and supply chain service provider, ensures the health and safety of its employees and customers is nurtured and well managed. It forms part of the Accountability value so passionately enshrined by founder Des Bolton way back in 1956. This still holds true today, 60 years later, where health and safety awareness is highly visible in the company offices, boardrooms and branches. The logistics provider is constantly innovating its culture of learning new ways of doing business, responding to improved methodologies for health and safety; and in so doing, propelling the transportation provider forward.

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Improved freight rail logistics performance needed

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“Improved port connectivity with rail networks and better logistics performance are strongly associated with trade expansion, export diversification, ability to attract foreign direct investments and economic growth.” This is according to The Port Management Association for Eastern and Southern Africa (PMAESA) Secretary General, Nozipho Mdawe. 

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