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    Electric trucking no silver bullet, but pace of development picking up

    Perusing the floor of the 67th IAA commercial vehicle fair, held in Hannover, Germany, in September, it was clear that the electric truck (ET) is not just a passing fancy. Yes, the so-called electric revolution may not happen in the next year, and not yet for long-distance, heavy-duty deliveries, but judging by the number of electric models that were parked on the stands of 95% of the many truck brands present at the German show, it won’t be long before the current tentative first steps evolve into larger-scale commercial sales, especially in sectors such as short-trip urban logistics and refuse removal.

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    Electric trucking no silver bullet, but pace of development picking up

    Perusing the floor of the 67th IAA commercial vehicle fair, held in Hannover, Germany, in September, it was clear that the electric truck (ET) is not just a passing fancy. Yes, the so-called electric revolution may not happen in the next year, and not yet for long-distance, heavy-duty deliveries, but judging by the number of electric models that were parked on the stands of 95% of the many truck brands present at the German show, it won’t be long before the current tentative first steps evolve into larger-scale commercial sales, especially in sectors such as short-trip urban logistics and refuse removal.

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    E-hailing goods service Droppa to expand to WCape, KZN next year

    It’s like Uber, but for goods, not people. New e-hailing service Droppa allows you to book a small bakkie or truck to pick up and deliver that fridge that needs moving, or those chairs required at a wedding, or to take home that dinner table you just bought. Droppa is the brainchild of 31-year-old founder and director Khathu Mufamadi.

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    E-hailing goods service Droppa to expand to WCape, KZN next year

    It’s like Uber, but for goods, not people. New e-hailing service Droppa allows you to book a small bakkie or truck to pick up and deliver that fridge that needs moving, or those chairs required at a wedding, or to take home that dinner table you just bought. Droppa is the brainchild of 31-year-old founder and director Khathu Mufamadi.

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    Gibela delivers its first South African made train to PRASA

    Gibela has delivered its first South African-built X’trapolis Mega commuter train to the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). The train was dispatched from Gibela’s new train manufacturing complex at Dunnottar, in Ekurhuleni, this week, travelling to Prasa’s Wolmerton depot, north of Pretoria.

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    Gibela delivers its first South African made train to PRASA

    Gibela has delivered its first South African-built X’trapolis Mega commuter train to the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). The train was dispatched from Gibela’s new train manufacturing complex at Dunnottar, in Ekurhuleni, this week, travelling to Prasa’s Wolmerton depot, north of Pretoria.

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    South Africa’s ‘dysfunctional’ rail system root of many transport problems

    South Africa has a “completely dysfunctional” passenger rail system, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). “There is no way to sugarcoat it. “The fact that we cannot get a rail system working in this country is probably our biggest [transport] problem. If we can solve that, we can solve a lot of problems.”

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    South Africa’s ‘dysfunctional’ rail system root of many transport problems

    South Africa has a “completely dysfunctional” passenger rail system, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). “There is no way to sugarcoat it. “The fact that we cannot get a rail system working in this country is probably our biggest [transport] problem. If we can solve that, we can solve a lot of problems.”

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    South Africa’s ‘dysfunctional’ rail system root of many transport problems

    South Africa has a “completely dysfunctional rail system,” says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). “There is no way to sugarcoat it. “The fact that we cannot get a rail system working in this country is probably our biggest [transport] problem. If we can solve that, we can solve a lot of problems.”

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    South Africa’s ‘dysfunctional’ rail system root of many transport problems

    South Africa has a “completely dysfunctional” passenger rail system, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). “There is no way to sugarcoat it. “The fact that we cannot get a rail system working in this country is probably our biggest [transport] problem. If we can solve that, we can solve a lot of problems.”

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