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Cartrack chalks up double digit growth

In among all the ‘drek’ news that has bombarded South Africa of late comes the good news that Cartrack, a leading global provider of fleet management, stolen vehicle recovery and insurance telematics services, has grown its subscriber base by a

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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
FleetwatchMay 24, 2017 at 3:05am
MAN will lead. The rest will follow #MANLE2
Fleetwatch added 3 new photos — at N3.May 23, 2017 at 10:23pm
Hold up on the N3 - truck accident after Mooi River. Approximate 7 - 10 minute wait.
FleetwatchMay 23, 2017 at 10:15pm
Guess where we off to this time round to empower and train another group of Traffic Officials? Thank you to our loyal partners for making the Brake & Tyre Watch Campaign possible!

WABCO Vehicle Control Systems
N3TC - N3 Toll Concession Pty Ltd #BPW
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FleetwatchMay 23, 2017 at 10:13am
May 23rd: Protest action - mainly around the lack of service delivery - is spreading far and wide with protests taking place around the country on a daily basis. In these protests, trucks continue to be easy targets for the protestors. This short video shows yet another truck being burnt. It happened earlier this evening on the N3 near Vosloorus. The country is becoming a bloody war zone and drivers are running scared. Take care out there guys.
FleetwatchMay 22, 2017 at 7:15pm
Homegrown ..... and easily lifts 40t. A new side-loader on the market - #roadhog #FWNews
FleetwatchMay 21, 2017 at 7:05pm
Warm heart of Cargo Carriers brings joy to the kids. Nothing like a bit of good news on a Sunday! #cargocarriers
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