WELCOME TO YOUR TRANSPORT SOLUTION

A dynamic group of companies currently making huge inroads into Southern Africa.

Transaction Carriers, Transhunt and Watt Africa make up a powerful mix of transport service offerings which in combination enable us to provide you with YOUR TRANSPORT SOLUTION.

Whilst each company operates as an entirely separate legal entity within the legislation of the country of incorporation, we have leveraged our core capabilities and expertise in cross-border haulage across the region into a full spectrum offering of transport services and warehousing.

A DYNAMIC GROUP OF COMPANIES CURRENTLY MAKING HUGE INROADS INTO SOUTHERN AFRICA

PROVIDING CLIENTS WITH "YOUR ALL IN ONE TRANSPORT SOLUTION"

Transaction Carriers, Transhunt, Biltrans Services and Watt Africa make up a powerful mix of transport service offerings which in combination enable us to provide you with YOUR TRANSPORT SOLUTION.

Whilst each company operates as an entirely separate legal entity within the legislation of the country of incorporation, we have leveraged our core capabilities and expertise in cross-border haulage across the region into a full spectrum offering of transport services and warehousing.

OUR HISTORY

Biltrans Services (Private) Limited commenced operations in 1997 following the collapse of the railway system in the Southern and Central regions of Sub Saharan Africa.
The situation afforded a market opportunity for transportation and freight management within the region for the timeous and safe movement of minerals, goods and other commodities.

An office and transport yard was set up in Harare, and Biltrans commenced its operations with a fleet of predominantly International used Trucks imported from the United States with tri-axle flat-deck trailers operating across Zimbabwe, South Africa, Malawi and Zambia at the time.

The requirement for facilities necessitated the opening of new yards in South Africa, Zambia and Malawi (subsequently closed down in 2013 in order to minimize overheads) to cater for our requirements, both from human resources and operational perspectives. These yards were located in Johannesburg, Lusaka and Blantyre. Subsequently, facilities at the border posts between the countries were established as well as at the port of Durban in South Africa.


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