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FOCUS on Transport and Logistics is one of the oldest and most respected transport and logistics publications in southern Africa.

Fiata to highlight Africa’s investment ch...

Sep 05, 2019No Comments

Infrastructure gap in freight and logistics hinders the continent’s projected growth Lack of efficient infrastructure in Africa cuts about 2,6 percent off the continent’s average

Genetic sequencing: A new way of curbing ma...

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

In an effort to curb the spread of malaria in sub-Saharan Africa, field trials using a specially developed mobile genetic sequencing kit have been successfully

A question of replacement parts

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

Sourcing alternative replacement parts for trucks is just one procurement example that can have negative implications in terms of a vehicle’s whole-life cost, warns an

Partnering for profit

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

From brand sceptic to ardent supporter – that’s how Titus Naidoo explains his passion for Scania, a nameplate that’s helped him to build his Meyerton-based

Face to face with Göran Nyberg

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

JARLATH SWEENEY goes face to face with Göran Nyberg, executive board member for sales and marketing at MAN Truck & Bus What was your perception

Overcoming fleet-management challenges

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

A recent global survey of small to medium enterprises by TomTom Telematics has identified five of the top challenges faced by fleet managers Fleet operators

Fuso extends SA line-up

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

Fuso Trucks, a part of Daimler Trucks & Buses Southern Africa, has extended its local model line-up and added new features to popular derivatives in

Bakkie prospects on the rise

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

High demand for light commercial vehicles in South Africa is driving a consumer trend that signals a shift away from the passenger-car market. WYNTER MURDOCH

Triton’s new message

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

Mitsubishi’s improved, fifth-generation Triton bakkie feels nearly as refined as a comfortable SUV and, for a pick-up, proves remarkably easy to manoeuvre – whether in

Turkish automotive market crashes

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

Linked, in part, to the “stagflationary” state of the Turkish economy, every segment of the country’s commercial vehicle market has been contracting drastically over the