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Concargo iconic brand re-established in Africa

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CONCARGO COVER 16June2016June 16 – Cape Town –  Concargo – the South Africa based Road Haulage, General and ProjectCargo Logistics Service Provider – has been re-established, retrospect May 1, 2016.

David Kruyer, managing director at Concargo, stated: “We proudly announce the re-establishment and resurrection of the Concargo brand. Concargo is, and remains, a powerful brand in the South African marketplace.

“Concargo, established in 1987, amalgamated with a strategic partner in March of 2015 and our brand went into hibernation for 13 months. It became patently obvious that whilst there were similarities in terms of our core service offerings, the host philosophy was not an ideal fit for the creed and clear water revival of Concargo in its simplicity.”

Concargo will continue to staff offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town, while providing full turnkey handling facilities in and out of all ports in South Africa, as well as through Walvis Bay in Namibia and through Beira, Mozambique.

“It must be noted that there are no intrinsic changes to our basic Modus Operandi – yet, ” Kruyer added. “The fundamentals of who we are and how we do business remain intact. We remain available 25/8/366.”

Technology has the power to make businesses faster, more agile and more responsive to the constant changing requirements of the market. Concargo sees technology as a fundamental component of our business in providing a world-class standard of service to our customers.

“Concargo is proud to announce the impending release of our new technology platform that willprovide a complete logistics management solution for each of our clients who are also our strategic business partners. With our suite of mobile apps in development, our customers will have access to all of their shipments and freight logistics information at their fingertips, providing complete peace of mind at each milestone of their supply chain and logistics projects on the continent of Africa, ” Kruyer announced.

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