As a lot of transporters are aware, this is a cut throat game. We excel in the transport world by standards we have set. In our business, 90 percent of our business is with contract customers. If we have to do work for a non-contract customer, it would be on a cash basis
We have grown this business from 1 truck in the year 2000, to fleet of 77 trucks currently. Our biggest project to date was to move a complete mine on behalf of Zenzeletech (Mintek Mining), from Brakpan in South Africa , to Accra in Ghana . The project was completed in 1 month, it entailed using various equipment such as crane trucks, low bed trailers and cargo carrier aero planes in order to complete the project on time.
We have managed to help the SA Economy by building a stable company and creating 100 Jobs
We are equipped to operate under any seasonal condition. All our vehicles are equipped with tarps, which cover goods that are being carried, and protect goods against rain, snow, etc. We have an agreement in place with current contract, where we review our operating rates on a six month basis, according to fuel, wage and/or other expense increases. I don't think that it is really possible for a transport business to really be effected in any way, unless all the vehicles are damaged at once.