The African Rock Logistics (Pty) Ltd

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  • Added: August 10, 2020

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COMPANY NAME The African Rock Logistics (Pty) Ltd

The African Rock Logistics is a (PTY) LTD owned company, registered with CIPC.

B-BBEE Credentials Level One will be registered after Filing the Annual Returns. It was

begun when the young man Nathi Mabuza the Founder & Director of the company noticed a

gap in the market that could be filled. With National Certificate in Tourism and Diploma in

Management Assistant and combined management skills and leadership experience of the

director. He saw an opportunity to start a successful business in Logistics Industry.

The business is planning to have fleet of 82, 34 ton motor vehicles which vary from Taut

TLBs, liners, Slopers, Side-Tippers, Tankers, Refrigerated, Brick Trailers & Flat-decks,

making sure that every need in our Client’s specific field, are met.

The provision of road transport and logistics solutions is planning to target between South

Africa and neighboring Southern African countries such as Lesotho, Swaziland,

Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana is greatly facilitated by services provided

by the private sectors.

This is especially the case with specialised transport associated with Refrigerated,

Mining, Liquid & Gases, Construction and Harbour Operations in many of these countries.

The success of large national and multinational in above missioned above sectors in Southern

Africa is heavily dependent on transport and logistics solutions for the provision of the

consumables that keep the relevant sectors running.

ADDRESS 251 Mngadi Section, Qira Street, Katlehong-Germiston, 1431, JohannesburgGauteng, South Africa

PHONE NUMBER+27 (0) 11 026-7265
MOBILE PHONE+27 (0) 83 880 3010

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