Importers should pay heed to the maxim that forewarned is forearmed, especially while Covid-19 continues to disrupt the global supply chain, says Maersk communications executive, Tom Boyd. In an article posted on the carrier’s website, the leading line’s media manager for North America says: “The pandemic has changed many business processes. Importers need to be […]
Welcome to Henred Leicht
Henred Leicht is proudly associated to Henred Fruehauf, a household name in the transport and ancillary sectors for the quality and reliability of its products offered to the industry over the last five decades.
Inspired by the pioneering spirit and innovativeness of the Henred culture and the commitment towards the rendering of unsurpassed quality products and solutions, Henred Leicht aims to keep true to and build on this very culture and tradition by offering a complete range of premium quality trailer parts and components designed for the leisure, commercial and agricultural market.
The Henred Leicht management team with more than eighty years’ collective relevant experience are more than equipped to assist and advise on any trailer components related requirements.
Leading Supplier of all Commercial, Agricultural and Leisure Components
Unscrupulous officials are suspected of allowing as many trucks as possible into the Zimbabwean border control zone at Beitbridge, thwarting the go-live chances of concession company Zimborders unblocking bottlenecking on its first day of operating new facilities at the congested crossing. Speaking to Freight News this morning, Mike Fitzmaurice, chief executive of the Federation of […]
The ongoing wrangling between the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) and Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse is not going away, with Outa criticising the corporation for playing the blame game. This after the RTMC issued a statement yesterday blaming Outa and the Automobile Association for ‘misleading’ the public on proposals gazetted on September 3 relating to […]
The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) is on the verge of recommencing discussions with Zambia about upgrading roads to the west and north-west of the country as Namibia hones in on its National Development Plan targets to become a logistics hub for its landlocked neighbour. In an exclusive interview yesterday with Freight News in Sandton, […]