Proudly serving Sub-Saharan Africa for over 100 years.
Unitrans Africa is a diversiﬁed contractual logistics company serving the needs of selected sub-Saharan African markets. Our company’s successful business model incorporates the design, implementation and ongoing provision of supply chain solutions for its customers.
Africa presents great commercial opportunities for those with a bold vision and persistent drive to find the right way. Unitrans Africa have demonstrated this ability and ongoing desire to leave a positive mark on the economic development of Sub-Sahara Africa serving more than 300 million people.
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Unitrans Africa believes in creating close and trusting partnerships. Decades of deep relationships have laid the foundations for a growing logistic network spanning across 9 countries and moving millions of tons of goods. By offering tailored innovative solutions and entrenching long term partnerships, our market presence spans across multiple sectors & industries in Africa.
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Across the Continent
Our Footprint in Africa
Unitrans Africa Mozambique - Maputo Head Office
Tongaat Hulett Sugar Estate EN6 Mafambisse Beira Mozambique Tel: +258 85 560 9510 Extension of Services for Tongaat Hulett Read more about our Agricultural Services Precision Agricultural Management Services in Mozambique GPS Levelling and Farming Innovation in Africa Agriculture and Logistics in Africa Use of Drones in Farming Precision farming in Africa Land Preperation
Tongaat Hulett Sugar Estate
Tel: +258 85 560 9510
Unitrans Africa Mozambique - Marromeu Depot
Companhia de Sena Sugar Estate
Tel: +258 84 3050512
Unitrans Africa Namibia - Walvis Bay Head Office
C/O Circumferential Road & Green valley Avenue
Tel: +264 64 206 507
P O Box 18
Unitrans Africa Namibia - Tsumeb Operations Site
Bahnhof Street 1120
Light Industrial Area
Tel: +264 64 206 507
Unitrans Africa Namibia - Windhoek
Lafrenz Industrial Area
Tel:+264 64 206 507
Unitrans Africa Botswana - Gabarone Head Office
Gaborone West Industrial,
Tel:+267 318 6229
PO Box 426
Unitrans Africa Botswana - Gaborone Depot
Unitrans Africa Botswana - Lobatse Depot
Unitrans Africa Botswana - Palapye Depot
Unitrans Africa Botswana - Francistown Depot
Unitrans Africa - Head Office
Block G, Greenford Office Park
Tel:+27 21 003 9685
Unitrans Africa Lesotho
82 Motsoene Road
Tel: +27 87 231 2028
Unitrans Africa Madagascar - Unimat Head Office
Unitrans Africa Madagascar - Unimat Depot
Unitrans Africa Zambia - Nakambala Depot
Nakambala Sugar Estate
Off Lubombo Rd, Kaleya Road Area
Tel:+260 770 843033
PO Box 32161
Unitrans Africa Malawi - Nchalo Depot
Tel: +265 99 982 5037
P.O. Box 137
Unitrans Africa Malawi - Blantyre Head Office
Plot No. MC282
Chirimba Industrial Estate
Tel:+265 99 291 4781
PO Box 30820
Unitrans Africa Malawi - Dwangwa Depot
Tel:+265 99 995 2003
P. O. Box 57
Unitrans Africa Tanzania - Kilombero Depot
Kilombero Sugar Estate
Tel: +255 23 2931 559
P.O. Box 50
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In the spotlight
Unitrans Africa is a market leader in bulk tanker fuel transportation in Africa, investing in various petrochemical operations over a number of decades across Southern Africa. It is a highly specialised field governed by a host of stringent measures.
Rehabilitation is a crucial (and usually legally-required) part of the mining cycle. In broad terms, mine rehabilitation (also referred to as reclamation) is the restoration of a post-mine landscape according to pre-planned, post-mining land use (PMLU). This is done in accordance with strict protocols and for a variety of reasons, but the main objectives are to minimise and mitigate the effects of mining on the environment.
Commercial farmers (and stakeholders throughout the food supply chain) are under ever-increasing pressure to accelerate productivity and quality to meet rapidly rising demand. At Unitrans Africa we are strategically positioned to offer commercial agricultural entities smart farming solutions to ensure maximum efficiency built on years of knowledge and experience.
The story goes that road trains were invented by a certain Australian bush mechanic named
The use of drones for agriculture has been unequivocally proven over the past few years and there is still huge scope for development in the field.
Modernized farming systems have changed the way we look at and manage vital water resources.