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Our comprehensive bouquet of services includes

Customs Clearing

Clearing of goods through customs barriers for importers and exporters. This involves the preparation of documents and/or electronic submissions, the calculation and payment on behalf of the client of taxes, duties and excises, and facilitating communication between the importer/exporter and governmental authorities.

Dry Cargo Freight Brokers

Determining the needs of a shipper and connecting that shipper with a carrier willing to transport the items at an acceptable price

Project Planning

Often project planning is ignored in favour of getting on with the work. However, many people fail to realise the value of a project plan in saving time, money and many problems.

Logistics

management and control of flow of goods and services from the source of production to the market. The process involves knowledge, communication, transport and warehousing.

Cargo Forwarding

Sending products from one international destination to another can involve a multitude of carriers, requirements and legalities. A freight forwarding service handles the considerable logistics of this task for the client, relieving what would otherwise be a formidable burden.

Air Freight

The express shipping options of air freight make it a valuable option for coordinating time sensitive shipments to almost anywhere in the world. This can be particularly advantageous for smaller and mid-sized companies as it allows them to participate in international trade in an expeditious and effective manner. Shipping by air also offers the advantage of a high level of security as airport controls over cargo are tightly managed.

Roadfreight

Often the most effective mode of transport for Southern African countries, particularly when exporting to the land-locked countries of Zambia & Zimbabwe. Road haulage also operates between South Africa and Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana and certain parts of Mozambique, Angola, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Namibia.

Not only is road freight a consideration for exports into Africa, but also a large portion of exports from land-locked cities such as Johannesburg, Kimberly, Pretoria, etc. are moved down to the ports (Durban, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, etc.) by road. Even if you are based near a port, you are likely to use road transportation to move your goods from your factory to the quayside. Thus road transportation may form part of your transportation considerations.

Sea Freight

Sea freight is the most economic form of transportation by which goods are moved between countries in the export process. What is more, the use of for packing and carrying goods has greatly increased the volumes of cargo moved by sea, the speed of transit and the safety of the cargo in question.