Fleet Management

Rangel South Africa has acquired 15 more trucks to reinforce its current fleet.

Rangel recently reinforced its strategy of being cross-border transport specialists with the acquisition of 15 more trucks to reinforce its current fleet.

With regular import and export connections to a wide range of destinations, Rangel provides road transport services for goods to several countries in Southern Africa. Ensuring different types of equipment, including Superlink Tautliner’s and Superlink Flatdecks in order to fulfill the best solution for their customers.

“Rangel already has a vast portfolio of clients for road transport and customs clearances in Africa, being accredited as a Clearing Agent and ensuring connections with Southern Africa and East Africa. With a strategic position on the African continent and its Air and Port infrastructures, makes South Africa an important gateway to the whole of Southern Africa through regular direct connections, connecting the African continent to the main markets in Europe, Asia and America”, said Tiago Pocinho, Country Manager of Rangel Logistics Solutions South Africa & Zambia

Focused on increasing its fleet and strengthening international road connections, Rangel also has its own cross-docking warehouse in Johannesburg and clearing offices distributed across the main borders with Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana: namely, Komatipoort, Musina and Globlersburg. Still this year, Rangel plans to open new facilities at the borders with Namibia (Nakop) and Botswana (Zeerust).

By end 2022, Rangel plans to strengthen its contract logistics services, as well as an expansion plan for its international sea and air transport serives by opening offices in Durban and Cape Town.

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