The recent looting and unrest in various parts of South Africa have had a massive impact on the majority of sectors measured by the Ctrack Freight Transport Index.
As measured by the Ctrack Freight Transport Index, the overall logistics sector continues to show tremendous growth with year on year increases of 26,4%. This might be from
The AARTO Amendment Act has been in the pipeline for many years now and it is nearing reality, with a date for implementation set for 1 July 2021.
The Ctrack Freight Transport Index has grown by 8,5% year on year and in doing so increased at its quickest rate since September 2017.
It must be noted that
Ctrack is a global leader in vehicle tracking, fleet management, and insurance telematics solutions and is in the business of keeping vehicles, fleets, and their occupants always visible.
Very few industries will escape being impacted negatively by the COVID-19 virus crisis and subsequent lockdowns around the world. The result is that the world’s transport logistics and
The Ctrack Transport and Freight Index (Ctrack TFI), previously known as the Ctrack Logistics Barometer, indicates a slower growth trend in transport volumes during September 2019. It also
Leading vehicle tracking and telematics provider, Ctrack, will provide vehicle tracking data and live video feeds from the inaugural WesBank Fuel Economy Tour in partnership with FNB (WFET).
Leading vehicle tracking and telematics provider, Ctrack, has launched Ctrack Driver Mobi in South Africa, following a successful rollout of the service in the United Kingdom.
With Driver Mobi,
Leading vehicle telematics and tracking services provider, Ctrack, has introduced Ctrack Iris, a high-quality, customisable video monitoring solution ideal for rental vehicles, light deliveries, fleet vehicles, heavy commercial’s,