We are embarking on a new era for Transport World Africa magazine and its newsletters and website, creating a platform for the industry within our strong infrastructure and mining products. The infrastructure development sector has many needs from the transport and logistics industry.
In 2010, FESARTA realised it needed greater exposure through the media and the federation established that only Transport World Africa magazine covered transport in the whole of Africa, not just in South Africa. This is exactly what FESARTA needed, as its sphere of operations covers East and Southern Africa. It also has close working relationships with other transport bodies and international organisations across the continent.
Since its introduction in 1969, Toyota's Hilux model has etched an enviable reputation for itself across the globe, where its durability, strength and outright quality have entrenched it in the hearts of fleet owners, particularly in South Africa.
Following successful local and international previews, worldwide sales of Bell Equipment's eagerly anticipated E-series Large Trucks have commenced, with the first machines having recently rolled off the production line.
Fleet management is the driving force for the safe and efficient running of municipal services and infrastructure. The City of Johannesburg is showing the way through its innovative mix of conventional and hybrid fleet solutions.
While global air freight tonne kilometres (FTKs) grew by 4.3% year-on-year in June 2016 - the fastest pace in 14 months - the underlying demand backdrop remains weak, and risky. Capacity, too, outstrips demand.