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Glencore awards contract extension to Ctrack

Glencore, one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies and a major producer and marketer of more than 90 commodities, located in over 50 countries, has awarded a three year contract extension to vehicle tracking and fleet management

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FleetWatch was launched in 1993 initially as a fleet risk management journal, and has since evolved into a trucking magazine covering all aspects of the trucking industry with the primary focus on the “issues” facing modern day truckers. The magazine operates under a banner of independent and objective journalism while striving to elevate the trucking industry onto a platform of high priority within the context of the South African economy. We regard ourselves as partners in the industry rather than just mere reporters on the business of trucking. Our prime readership target is aimed at management operating in all areas of transport - ‘professional haulage’ for reward as well as ancillary operators who run transport as part of their overall operations. Many companies have followed the modern trend of outsourcing their transport and the suppliers of such services are also addressed as our target audience. We also get to product suppliers and service providers. The latest Audit Bureau of Circulation figures (January - June 2009) certifies our current distribution at 5 050 copies per month. FleetWatch was voted by the Specialist Press Association as South Africa’s Best Transport magazine six years in a row - 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 & 1999. The magazine has won 60 awards for publishing and journalistic excellence since its launch in 1993 - the most ever won by any magazine in the history of MPASA. (Magazine Publishers Association of South Africa). To get in touch with us, please make use of the FEEDBACK form posted on our site or call us on +27 11 794 2490 – we’d love to hear from you! In the meantime, we leave you with the highest Irish wish: “May the wind be always at your back”. Keep on Trucking, Patrick O’Leary Publisher and Managing Editor
Fleetwatch shared Theunis Botha's post.April 23, 2017 at 11:54pm
And people wonder why truck drivers do not get our of their cabs to prevent theft of their loads. Check the gun in this guy's belt. Stay in your cabs guys. The load can be replaced. Your life cannot
Fleetwatch added 2 new photos.April 22, 2017 at 11:52am
April 22nd: It started at 13 children killed, then rose later to 17 and last night, ER24 confirmed that the number of children killed had risen to 20. This death toll is as result of a taxi and a truck colliding head-on on the R25 between Verena and Bronkhorstspruit yesterday afternoon. When ER24 paramedics arrived on the scene, they found the fire services already in attendance having extinguished the fire from the burning taxi, which was found lying on its side. On assessing the scene, they established that approximately 20 children had been inside the vehicle when it collided with the truck and found approximately 13 children lying trapped inside the taxi. Unfortunately, nothing could be done for the children and they were declared dead on the scene. Several other children were found on the scene. It is believed that these children had been pulled out of the taxi by members of the community. Paramedics assessed the children and found that seven of them had sustained injuries ranging from minor to critical. The children were treated for their injuries and provided with advanced life support interventions before they were transported to various hospitals in the area for further treatment. The cause of the collision is not yet known but local authorities are investigating. This tragic crash occurred on the same day that the Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi released the Easter road fatality statistics announcing that 235 people died on the country’s roads between April 13th and April 17th - an increase of 51% over the 2016 figure. It just goes on and on – getting worse and worse. FleetWatch extends its sincere condolences to the families of the deceased. We cry and pray with you.
FleetwatchApril 21, 2017 at 10:55am
April 21st: How the heck can we talk about regional transport productivity and efficiency when you stand in a queue for ten days at Gazankula waiting to cross the river by ferry. One driver, Adriaan Gerber, tells us he ioined the queue on April 11th and is still not out of Botswana. That's 10 days waiting in the queue to cross. Only two ferries are operating and today only 35 trucks got through. In trucking, time is money and the standing time of these trucks totals many millions of wasted Rands. And that's not to mention the discomfort and inconvenience imposed on the drivers. That time can be better spent being productive on the road or at home with the family. Adriaan has had to catch a taxi to take him from his truck in the queue to a place where he can shower and buy food. And we want this region be globally competitive!!!! We'll never be at this rate!!!
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FleetwatchApril 13, 2017 at 10:15am
So Jacob Zuma. Please look carefully at this EWN picture of Anti-Zuma protestors and tell us again about these protests being 'racist"?
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