Etosha Transport still Trucking 40 years later


ETOSHA Transport is still moving and shaking 40 years later, and prides itself as being one of the oldest transport companies in the country, plus leaders in the domestic and commercial removal business. With a fleet of over 32 trucks inclusive of furniture removal loaders, freightliners and flatbeds travelling on the road day and night, they move goods into South Africa, Botswana and throughout Namibia. This is a business that relies on its skilled long distance drivers, trained staff and well maintained vehicles to keep rolling, and Etosha Transport has earned its stripes over four decades as a removal company to be relied upon. Wenda Britz, Warehouse
Assistant Manager, has watched the comings and goings for over 12 years in the company. She has during this time witnessed the  normous growth of the transport industry and the demands that are made on the removal require service excellence all year round.
Wenda is the driving force behind the large household and commercial moving operation which has over 15 removal trucks dedicated to the task. With nearly 30 moves in peak season, she said aside from domestic moves they are also involved on a regular basis with  ransporting furniture and appliances from factory warehouses to showroom floors and shopping malls. Their trained groups of packers and loading staff are just one side of the smooth running operating, notwithstanding the team of skilled truck drivers that head out on the long distance haulages. Etosha Transport has a compliment of 38 drivers, as well as 45 staff members at the warehouse. Said Kobus Van
Zyl, Operations Manager, that with the Imperial Manage Logistics shakedown in August, Etosha Transport has reverted to their roots, and streamlined their core business which is building up the domestic market. “We started off as a furniture removal company 40 years ago and grew and branched out into other markets during this time. “Now we are back to doing what we do best by concentrating on domestic removals and transporting general cargo which is picking up momentum, as we also approach the busiest time of the year.”


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