Consolidation Demand Has Increased - Leschaco

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There is a notable increase in demand for consolidated cross-border services for all types of cargo, according to Simon Chalker, Leschaco regional manager KZN and Eastern Cape.

This is in addition to steady growth in the South African market.

The demand is for both standard cargo and hazardous goods, which is a Leschaco speciality.

We are the only forwarder in South Africa with a dedicated weekly hazardous consolidation service direct from Germany.

Ex Bremen, Leschaco serves up to 35 direct consol destinations, and more than 60 transhipment destinations, he told Freight News .

Our team of specialists optimises the utilisation of containers as part of our consolidation services.

Hazardous goods are shipped directly from Leschacos facility in Bremen, Germany, to Durban.

Cargo is consolidated in Durban and distributed through a combination of short-sea shipping and road.

Leschaco is also experiencing greater demand for buyers consolidation services of hazardous and other cargo bound for South Africa, and from South Africa into the rest of Africa, according to Peter Schmidt-Lffler, Leschaco Sub-Saharan Africa CEO.

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