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Ports authority move a boon for PE

DURBAN’s loss will be Port Elizabeth’s gain after Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) announced plans to consolidate its dispersed corporate offices into a single...

Growth in online shopping impacts supply chains

THE COVID-19 lockdown prompted many people to either increase their use of online shopping or use e-commerce for the first time. In effect, this...

PE tank farm closure to go ahead as work halts on replacement facility

THE decommissioning of the Port Elizabeth tank farm is to go ahead. That’s according to the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), which said it...

Logistics barometer points to two-speed recovery

A year after the Ctrack Freight Transport Index turned negative the recovery is now well and truly underway. According to Ctrack SA, the biggest...

How COVID-19 and digital tech have changed auctions forever

THERE will always be a place for live auctions, but every auction company must have secure, industry-tailored digital platforms that reach larger audiences and...

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THROUGHOUT two and a half years of a worldwide pandemic and varying levels of lockdowns and travel restrictions, a project team across four countries...

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By Estelle Lubbe – Co-Founder and CXO of The Awareness Company TECHNOLOGY continues to transform industries globally as the trend towards digitising operations to enhance...

TNPA – Request for information for potential renewable energy project

TRANSNET National Ports Authority (TNPA) has announced a Request for Information (RFI), calling on private sector participants to submit project proposals for the introduction...

New property management company opens in the Eastern Cape

A new property management service has opened its doors in Gqeberha, offering much needed hands-on services to the commercial, retail, industrial and residential property...