Posted on Dec 01, 2021.
Bulwark has been operating within Zimbabwe for over 60 years. It primarily operates as a dedicated and contracted managed logistics service, specialising in bulk haulage, people transport, earth moving equipment and general mining freight transportation. The mining sector in Zimbabwe contributes about 12 per cent to the country’s Gross Domestic Product, with close to 40 different minerals being mined. It is a diverse industry encompassing both small and medium operations that mine some of the world’s most important minerals these include gold, chromite, asbestos and coal, along with numerous base metals like copper, nickel and iron ore. Zimbabwe also mines lithium, chrysotile asbestos and vermiculite. However, gold remains Zimbabwe’s chief export product and accounts for over a billion dollars. Read more......
Posted on Nov 18, 2021.
Unifreight becomes the first transport operator in Zimbabwe to qualify and receive the esteemed RTMS, Road Transport Management System, certification. RTMS is a self-regulated accreditation scheme for heavy vehicle operators initiated and started in South Africa in 2007. It is focused on driver wellness, operator productivity, freight loading, safety and compliance and training. The RTMS standard ensures good transport operator practice, taking into consideration the safety of the driver, the load, the vehicle and all other road users.
Posted on May 14, 2021.
It’s all about Customer Convenience We are living in a dynamic and changing world if 2020 is anything to go by. What we have quickly discovered is that people and businesses can adapt and diversify to operate in a new environment to ensure their customers continue to get the service they want and need.
Posted on Mar 01, 2021.
Swift Transport has sponsored the maintenance and upkeep of the traffic circle along Simon Mazorodze Road and Harare Drive since 2014. In 2020 the company renewed its contract with the City of Harare and embarked on an upgrade programme. Swift spent two months working hard to refurbish the circle completing the work in October. The work centred around how the circle would look and also replacing all the safety signs and chevrons to ensure that the bustling intersection remained user friendly for all vehicles.